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THE CANADA 



YEAR BOOK 1905 



SECOND SERIES 




. ■• c ' 



OTTAWA 

PRINTED BY S. E. DAWSON. PRINTER TO THE KING'S MOST 

EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

1906 



TH k. IN tW YORK 

PUILIC LIBRARY 

4004o3 



LKNOX AND 
Tl.»«N F«Ui»DATI0N6. 

1907 



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CONTENTS. 



I. TABLK9 COMPILED FROM CENSUS REPORTa. 



Sex, conjiigikl stMtB, birthplnce, race and raligion, 1871-1901 2-12 

. Agn of the living;, ujalra and femuliiB, ISTl-lSUl 13 

AgeB of th« livinK. miileH, 1871-1001 14^18 

Ages of the liviag, femalen, 18n-li)01 15-19 

Agesnf the dead, males, 1871 -190J i .... 20-24 

Ages of the dead. ftnialoB, 184l-190l., 21-25 

Mortality by caiiBea of deAtVmalee. ISTl-ltWl - 4 

Mortality by causes of death, fomal™, 1871-1901 27-35 

, InfirmitisB, unsoirnd mind, 1871-1901 36-40 

, InfirmitieB, dBBf and dumb, 1B71 1!K)1 41-45 

. Infirmiliea, blind, 1871-1901 46-50 

Infirmitiea, totals uf ununund mind, deaf and dumb and blind 51 

Families and housea, 1871-1901 62 

Houeea and families, 1901 53 

Bducatdon of the people, achcol attendance and educational atatuB. . 54-55 

, School attendance, pupiU five ytara and over at scliool, 1900-01 66-57 

Soboole, colleges and uuiveraitiea, 1001\. 58-B3 

Inatituciona, charitable, educational ami ptnml, lSTl-1901 60-61 

Inatitutiona, charitable, penal *nd otim kinde, IROl 62-65 

, Churohes and Sunday Mihoola, IBOl. 66-69 

RBligiouB denominations, 1871-1901 70-71 

ULATtox ANI> Representation 

Popnbition o[ Canada, lUOf, and repreaenUtion in the House of 

1903 and 1904 72-74 

Members of the House of CominDna and Hanate, 188r-l!K)5 75 

Occupiers of landn and lands occupied, 1371-1901 76-77 

. Products of field cmpe, 1871-1901 , 78-80 

Areax and products of field cnipa, 1S91-1901 81-84 

with Manil.)ba and the territ-Ties, 1891-1901 85 

Fruit production, 1871-1!'<)1 . 86-87 

Number of fruit trees and j^rape vines and area of orchards, ^rdeus, 

vineyards and nurseries, 1901. 88-89 

e atook, 1H7I-I901 90-91 

imal products, 1871-1901 V2-y3 

ues of farm property and products, 1901 , 1)4-95 

imarj of farm values, 1901 Sfe 

it and hired labour, 1901 *3l 



IV 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



Agriculture— con . 

XXXII. Butter and cheese making, 1901 

XXXIII. Butter and cheese making, 1871-1901 

XXXIV. Average number of live stock per farm, 1901 '. 

XXXV. Average of animal products per farm, 1901 

XXXVI. Average production of principal field crops per farm, 1901. 



The Forest 

XXXVII. Production of timber, logs, wood, etc., 1871-1901 

XXXVIII. Values of timber, logs, wood, etc., 1901 

XXXIX Value of fura 



The Mines 

XL. Mineral products by quantities, 1871-1881-1901. 
XLi. Mineral products by quantity and value, 1901 . . 



XLII. Averages and ratios for mines and works, 1901 

XLiii. Mineral products of the Dominion, 1901 

Manufactures 

XLiv. Statistics of industries, 1871 

XLV . Statistics of industries, 1881 

XLVi. Statistics of industries, 1891 , 

XL VII . Statistics of industries, 1901 

XLViii . Values of real estate, plant and workinsr capital, 1901 

XLIX . Persons employed on salaries, 1901 

L. Persons employed on wages, 1901 

LI . Working time of wage-earners, 1901 

Lii. Total employees, salaries and wages, 1901 

Liii. Averages of salaries and wages, 1901 

Liv. Working time of establishments in year, 1901 

LV . Miscellaneous expenses, 1901 : 

LVi . Cost of materials and value of products, 1901 

LVii . Principal statistics of manufactures, 1901 

LViii. Power employed in manufacturing establishments, 1901 

Lix . Horse power aggregates and averages, 1901 

LX . Classes of power, 1901 

LXa. Principal manufacturing establishments of 1901 by groups of pro- 
ducts 



page. 

98-99 
100 
101 
101 
101 



102-105 

106 108 

109 



110-111 

112-117 

118 

119 

120-123 

124-127 
128-132 
133-138 
139 
139 
139 
140 
140 
140 
141 
141 
141 
142 
142 
143 
143 

143-144 



II. TABLES COMPILED FROM DEPARTMENTAL 

REPORTS. 

Trade and Commerce 

LXi . Exports of Canada by values of home and foreign produce in the 38 

fiscal years 1868-1905, and duties on exports 146 

LXii. Imports of Canada by values entered for consumption in the 38 fiscal 

years 1868-1905, and duties on imports 147 

LXiii . Exports to Britain, United States and other countries of merchan- 
dise the pi oduce of Canada by classes and values in the 38 fiscal 
years 1868-1905 148-lf5 

LXiv. Imports of Canada by values entered for consumption from Britain 

and United States in the 38 fiscal years 1868-1905 156 

Lxv. Imports of Canada by values entered for consumption from all coun- 
tries in the S6 fiscal years 1868-1905 157 



CONTENTS, 



Trade and Commerce— con . 
* LXVT. Average ad valorem rates of duty collected on imports from Britain, 
United States and all countries in the 38 fiscal years 1868-1905. 
Lxvn. Exports of Canada by values of home produce to Bricish Empire 

and foreign countries in the five fiscal years 1901-1^05 

Lxviii. Imports of Canada by values of merchandise entered for consump- 
tion from British Empire and foreign countries in the five fiscal 

years 1901-1905 ; also coin and bullion 

LXix . Exports of Canada by classes and values of home produce in the five 

fiscal years 1901-1905 

LXX. Values of exports which may be classed as manufactures 

LXXi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for consumption in 

the five fiscal years 1901-1905 

Lxxii. Imports of Canada by values entered for consumption from British 
Empire and foreign countries under the general, preferential 
and surtax tarififs in the five fiscal years 1901-1905 

Public Accounts 
Lxxiii. Debt of Canada July 1, 1867, to June 30, 1905 



LXXIV. 

LXXV. 

LXXVI. 

LXXVII. 

LXXVIII. 

LXXIX. 
LXXX. 

LXXXI. 
LXXXII . 

Lxxxni . 
Inland 

LXXXIV. 

LXXXV. 

LXXXVI, 

LXXXVII. 

LXXXVIII. 

LXXXIX. 

xc. 

XCI. 

XCIL 

XCIII. 

XCIV. 

xcv. 



Summary of liabilities of Canada, July 1, 1867. to June 30, 1905. . . . 

Summary of assets of Canada, July 1, 18G7, to June 30, 1905 

Aggregate receipts of Canada, 1868-1905 

Aggregate expenditure of Canada, 1868-1905 

Receipts of Canada on consolidated fund account, also surplus and 

deficit in years 1868-1905 

Expenditure of Canada on consolidated fund account, 1868-1905. . . 
Summary receipts of Canada on consolidated fund account, 1868- 

1905 

Summary expenditure on consolidated fund account, 1868-1905. . . . 
Summary of liabilities and assets and interest, July 1, 1867 to 

June 30, 1905 

Accounting for increase of debt in the fiscal years 1868-1905 . 

Revenue 

Statistics of distillation by provinces, 1901-1905 

Articles subject to excise duty taken for consumption, 1901-1905. . . 

Warehousing transactions in spirits, 1901-1905 

Raw materials used in the manufacture of spirits, 1901-1905 

Spirits manufactured and disposed of, 1901-1905. 

Manufactures of malt, 1901-1905 

Manufactures of malt liquor, 1901-1905 

Manufactures of acetic acid, 1901-1905 

Manufactures of methylated spirits, 1901-190 '» 

Manufactures of vinegar and crude fulminate in bond, 1901-1905. . . . 

Inspection of petroleum and naphtha, 1901-1905 

Excise and other revenues of the years 1901-1905 



Banks and Banking 

xcvi. General statement of chartered banks, 1868-1905 

xcvii. Deposits of chartered banks in Canada and elsewhere, 1901-1905 . . . 

xcviu. Discounts of chartered banks in Canada and elsewhere, 1901-1905. . 

xcvilia. Total issues and redemptions of Dominion notes, June 30, 1901-1905. 

XCIX. Assets of chartered banks for the calendar years 1901-1905 

c. Liabilities of chartered banks for the calendar years 1901-1905 



PAGE. 

158 
159 

160 

161-169 
170-171 

172-183 
184-186 



186 
187-188 
189 
190 
191 

192 
193 

194-198 
19^206 

207 
208-211 



212-213 
214 
214 
215 
215 
215* 
216 
216 
216 
217 
217 
217 

218 

219 
219 
219 
220 
221 




THE C.i.A'ADJ, TEAK BOOK 1903. 
Banks and BiSKCNc— con. 

ci. PrinDipal asBeWof eaoliof thp pliartered hanks of Canada, Deoember 

31.19116 

Cii. Prinoipal liabilities of each uf the chartered han Its oF Canada, Deoem- 

ber31,1906 ^ 

Dili. EeaerFflfundheldbjoharteredbanksbynionthB, 1896-1005.. . . . 

CTV. Avarage lirculatioQ of bank noteaaod goTernmentootes by five-year 

jieriodB, 1874-1905. 

1884-lflU5 . , , , 

cvi. CleftrinK houaes of chartered banks. lWH-1906 

Savinoh Banks 

cvii. BuainRuoFthe Poet Office Baviogs bankn. lSliS-l»OG 

Buainefa of the Dominiun GoverninenC aavincs banks, 18<)8-in05 

oix. Total tiuBJQesa of Post Ofilce and Dominion Government eavinga 
lianka, 1K68-1905 

PoBT Office 

01. Eevenue and expanditiire of the department, 1B68-1SH)5 

CXI. Operations of the money order system in Canada, 18fi8-1905 , . 

oxir. Money orders by provinces, 1901-1905 

Dxni, Number and valneot postal notes received, 1901-1905 

cxiv. JasuB of postage sUunpf, etc.. 1(»4-1906 , 

Imsurancs 

OKY. Fire inBnrance in Canada, 1901-1905 

OJtvi. Premium* received for 6re insurance, 1869-1906. 

osvn. Losses paid for fire insurance, 1H69-19(«, 

nivm. Aitgregatebminess of fire companies, 1869-1906 

i^xix. Risks, premiums, cash receipts and paymentaol fire dim paniea, 1901- 

1905 

CII. Assets of fire and inland marine companies, 1901-1909 

OiiL Liabilities of fire and inland marine companies, 1901-1905 

Cash income of fire and inland marine oompaniei, 1901-1905. . . 

Ca»h expenditure of fire and inland marine companiee, 1901-1905 . . 

Life insurance in Canada, 1901-1906 

«SXTva. Insurance death rate in Canada, 1901-1901 

Assets of life companies, 1901-1905. 

Assets of all life companies, 1890-1905 

Liabilities of life companieB, 1901-1905 

Cash income of life companies, 1901 1905. 

Cash eipendilnre of life companies, 1901-1905 

Osirs. Paymnnts to life policy-holders, 1901-1905. 

Life insurance isssued and tenninated, llW:t-1906 

New life policiBs issued, 1903-1906 

PoUcies of all life classes in force at end of year 1903-1905, . . 

Premium inmme u( life companies, 18T5-1905 

Net life insurance in force 1875-1905 

Lite insurance on asMasraont plan, 1901-1906.... 

Assetaotliteooropameson assessment plan, 1901-1905 

Liabilities of life companies on assessment plan, 1901-1906. 

Income of life compantes on assessment plan, 1901-1905 , 

OilXlS. Espenditure of life companies on asaeasment plan, 1901-1905 




■*'—'• "^- 



CONTENTS, 



vii 



I N8URANGK--C0IL 



CXL. 



Aasets of oompMiies doing business of aooident, sickness, goarsntee, 
plate glass, burglary guarantee and steam boiler insurance, 1901- 

1906 

CXLI. Liabilities of companies doing business of accident, sickness, guar- 
antee, plate glass, burglary guarantee and steam boiler insur- 
ance, 1901-1905 

CXLII. Income of companies doing business of accident, sickness, guar- 
antee, plate glass, burglary g^uarantee and steam boiler insur- 
ance, 1901-1905 

CXLIII. Expenditure of companies doing business of accident, sickness, guar- 
antee, plate glass, burglary guarantee and steam boiler insur- 
ance, 1901-1905 

CXLIV. Business in Canada of guarantee, accident, plate glass, employers' 
liability, burglary guarantee, steam boiler, personal property, 
inland transit, sickness and contract insurance, 1901-1905 

Loan Companies and Building Societies 



CXLV. 



Assets and liabilities, 1867-1904 

Detailed statement of assets and liabilities, 1900-1904. 
Assets and liabilities by provinces for the year 1904. . . 
Miscellaneous statistics by provinces for the year 1904. 
Miscellaneous statistics for the ten years 1895-1904 

Telegraphs 



CXLVI. 

cxLvn. 

OXLVIII. 

cxux. 



CL. Dominion Government telegraph service, 1905 

CLI. Telegraph systems of the Dominion 

Railways 

CLii. Railways in operation, 1835-1905 

OLin. Steam and electric railways of Canada, June 30, 1905 

CLiv. Cash subsidies in aid of railway construction by Canada to June 30, 

1905 

CLV. Mileage and rolling stock of steam and electric railways, 1901-1905 . 
CLVi. Train and engine mileage of steam and electric railways, 1901-1905. . 

OLVU. Passenger and freight statistics of railways, 190? -1905 

CLViii. Earnings of railways, 1901-1905 ' 

CLix. Operating expenses of rail way H, 1901-1905 

OLX. Railway investments in Canada to June 30, 1905 

OLXi. Aid g^nted by governments and municipalities to June 30, 1905.-. . 

CLXii. Number of persons killed and injured on railways, 1901-1905 

OLXiii. C<ist of construction, working expenses and revenue of government 

roads for 1868-1905 and before Confederation 

CLXiv. Expenditure for construction of government roads to June 30, 1905. 

Canals 

CLXV. Cost of construction and enlargement of canals, 1868-1905 and before 
Confederation 

CLXVI. Expenditure and revenue of canals, 1868-1905 and before Confedera- 
tion 

Marine 

OLXVii. Vessels entered outwards for sea in the years 1901-1905 

OLX VIII. Vessels entered inwards from sea in the years 1901-1905 

CLXix. British and foreign vessels employed in the coasting trade of 
Canada, 1901-1905 



paob. 



254 



254 



255 



■ 255 

256-259 

260 

26i-26a 

263-264 

265 

266 

267-269 
269 

270 

J71-281 

282-284 
2H5 
286 
286 
*287 
287 
288 
289 
290 

291 
292 



292 
293 

294 
295 

296 



viii THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

Marine — cod . page. 
CLXX. Canadian and American vessels trading^ on rivers and lakes between 

Canada and United States, exclusive of ferria^i^e, 1901-1905 297 

CLXXi. Wrecks and casualties, 1870-1905 298 

CLXXii. Number and net tonnage of vessels on the registry of shipping, 

Canada 299 

Fisheries ^ 

CLXXiH. Fish and fisheries by quantity, 1900-1904 300-310 

CLXXiv. Fish and fisheries by value, 1900- 1904 301-311 

CLXXV. Distribution of fry from Dominion hatcheries, 1868-1905 312-313 

Militia 

CLXXVi. Officers and men trained in district camps and at local headquarters, 

1901-1905 314 

CLXf VII. Expenditure and revenue for the five years 1901-1905 315 

Dominion Lands 

CLXXViii. Receipts on account of Dominion lands, 1901-1905 316 

CLXXix. Letters paffent and homestead entries, 1901-1905 316 

Immigration 
CLXXX. Arrivals at inland and ocean ports, 1901-1905 316 

Patents op Invention 

CLXXXi. Transactions of the five years 1901-1905 317 

CLXXXii. Patent office fees of the five years 1901-1905 317 

OLXXXiii. Number of patentees by countries of residence, 1901-1905 317 

CLXXSiv. Number of Canadian patentees by provinces of residence, 1896-1905. 318 

Copyrights, Trade Marks, etc. 

OLXXXV. Business of copyrights, trade marks, industrial designs and timber 

marks, 1901-1905 318 

Offences and Crimes 

CLXXXVi. Convictions for indictable offences in the Dominion, 1900-1904 319 

CLXXXVii. Summary convictions for offences, 1900-1904 320 

OLXXXViii. Convictions and sentences for a11 offences, 1900-1904 321-322 

CLXXXix. Age of juvenile criminals convicted for indictable offences by pro- 
vinces, 1885-1904 323 

cxc. Age of juvenile criminals convicted for indictable offences by classes 

of offences, 1885-1904 <■ 323 

cxci. Sentence! for principal crimes, 1885-1904 324 

cxcii. Occupation, civil condition, birthplace, etc., of persons convicted 

for indictable offences, 1900-1904 325-326 

Penitentiaries 

cxciii. Movements of convicts, 1901-1905 326 

cxoiv. Deaths, escapes, pardons and paroles, 1901-1905 327 

cxcv. Ages of convicts 327 

cxcvi. Duration of sentences, 1901-1905 327 

cxcvii. Racesof convicts, 1901-1905 328 



COXTEyTS, ix 

Pkniticntiabiks— con. page. 

cxcvni. Nationality of convicts, 1901-1905 328 

cxcix. Civil conditioD of convicts, 1901-1905 328 

oc. Sex of convicts, 1901-1906 329 

cci. Social habits of convicts, 1901-1905. 329 

ecu. Educational status of convicts, 1901-1905 329 

ccin. ' Religion of convicts, 1901-1905 329 

III. RECORDS OF CABINET MINISTERS, GOVERNORS- 
GENERAL AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS. 

Dominion Ministries, 1867-1906 332-339 

Governors-General of Canada, 1867-1906 340 

Lieutenant-Governors of Provinces, 1867-1906 340-341 




THE CANADA YEAR BOOK iqas 



This volume begioe the Second Serins of tlie Ounada Year Book. The 
abort notea of Eveuta of t.he Year, nnd all the tables, rRlate to Caaada. 
No attempt has been made to make a, record of all affiiirs of the Dominion, 
but only of euch ttn are of a public or official cliaracter. Id the selection of 
in&teriaU and preparation of the notes all public documents have been care- 
fully consulted and free access has been allowed to the year's files of 
correspondence in the Governor General's office. The statistics have been 
prepared as far as practicable in comparative fonn, and the aim has been to 
present all information contained in federal public documents since the 
union of the provinces that is tabulatable. But where the details would 
be too voluminous if prepared for every year, as in the case of articles of 
import and export, they are given for a shorter period. Details are for the 
official departmental reports : this is meant to be a handy-book for the 
pocket or the desk. Statistics of the provinces of the Dominion, of the 
United Kingdom and of foreign countries will be prepared for publication 
fta bulletins of the. Office. 



ARCHIBALD BLUE, 

Chief Officer. 



.Caztsaa and StatisticB OtSce, 

Ottawa, July, 1906. 




d 



EVENTS OE THE YEAR 



The first session of tlie tenth Parliament of Canada opened on 
tbe 11th day of January, 1905, and closed by prorogation onS* 
the SOih day of July. In this sesaittn forty-nine general public 19 
Acta and one hundred and seventy-Bix local and private acta 
were passed. The public acts include an act respecting the 
Census and Statistics, acts to establish the pruviuces of 
Alberta and Saskatchewan and provide for their government, 
an act for the regulation of wireless telegraphy, an act for the 
inspection and Fale of seeds, and acts respecting the salaries of 
certain functionaries and judges, allowances to mi-mbers of the 
Seonte and the House of Commons, and annuities to certain 
Privy Oouncillors. 



The Census and Statistics Act matci 
a permanent office under the Minister of Agri 
ms of the Dominion in the first yea 
3 of population and agriculture in 
.nitoba and Saskatchewan in the m 
th 1906. The office is 
of the Minister and subject to 



for organ! in ng 
lulture to take aOen 
■ of each decade, ^ft 
the provinces of 
Jdleyear of each 
.uthorized under 
approval by the 



general c 

Alberta, 
decade, 
the dii 

GtovemorinCouncil to collect, abstract and tab late agricultural, 
commercial, criminal, educational, manufacturing, vital and other 
statistics and information from time to time in the intercensal 
yeai-a of each decade, which the Minister may publish in such 
form and manner as the Governor in Council may provide. 
The Minister may direct the ofiice to abstract and tabulate in 
concise form such information on subjects susceptible of being 
represented by figures as is contained in departmental or other 
public reports and documents, of which the Year Book is an 
example ; and the Governor in Council may authorize the 
Minister to cause special statistical investigations to be made 
by the office in the manner and by the means prescribed in such 
authorization. The office is also required to abstract and tabu- 
late all recotds of crime in the Dominion collected by the 
Minister as provided in the act, in order that the results may 
be printed and published in an annual report to Parliament. 



F 



TEE CANADA. YEAR BOOK 1995. 



1 



The office of Ceosus and StdtiRlics was organized in October 
by the appointment of officers and a staff oi clnrtcs. 



The Albe-rta and Saskatchewan Acts came into force 
Alberta Hnd first day of September. Ceremonies of inauguration, 
Acta. 



a the 



the Governor General and the Prime Miaiscer took pare 
held at Edmonton, the capital of Alberta, on Saturday, lat 
of September, and at Regina, the capital of Saskatchewan, on 
Monday, +th of the same oionth. Hon. George H. V. Bulyea 
became Lieutenant Governor of Alberta and Hon, Amed^e E. 
Forget Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan. Alexander C. 
Rutherford was chosen as Premier of Alberta and Walter Scott 
as Premier of Saskatchewan, and the administrations formed 
by these gentlemen were sustained at the general elections. 
Each province is represented in the Senate of Canada by four 
members, and until the readjustment after the next quinquen- 
nial census (1906) the two provinces are to remain represen 
in the House of Commons by ten members. The Legislati 
of each province consists of the Lieutenant Governor and < 
House styled the L'fgislative Assembly, the latter being co 
posed of 25 members ; and the provisions of the British North 
America Act, 1867. with its several amendments apply to the 
new provinces in the same way and to the like extent as they 
apply to the older provinces comprised in the Dominion. 
Annual subsidies payable by the Government of Canada are 
allowed to each province as follows : 



For support of the fjovernmnnt and Lfgialature, . 
On an eatimatfid population of 250,000 at 80 ofint> 

Fur proportion ud public debt uccauDt, computed 
at five p. c, on 88,107,600 

Forcumpeiisationiri lieuof publiolsndii aa seourcf 
of reiremie onthfiprasentaHflumed population. 



50,000 
200.000 
*05,376 
375,000 

ntinue antil 



The per capita grant of 80 cents per head is to c 
the population has reached 800,000 souli. The provinces lian: 
no debt, but a.^ under the terms of the Confederation Act they 
would be entitled to enter the Union with a debt of $8,107,600^' 
they are allowed an annual sum equivalent to interest on that 
lont at the rate of iive per cent. The public lands MV, 
retained by the Government of Ctnida, nod in place of ttiM 

the provinces receive an annual BUm 
based upon the population as from time to time ascertained by 
the quinquennial census. Until the population has reached 





EFENTi^ OF THE YEAR. 

400,000 the annual sum payable is $375,000; thereafter until 
the population has reached 800,000 it is $563,500 ; thereafter 
until the population haa reached 1,200,000 it in *75O,000 ; and 
thereafter the annual sum payable is $1,135,000. A further addi- 
tional annual allowance of $03,750, in lieu of public lands, is 
payable by Cannda to each of the pcovinoes for five years to 
provide for the construction of necessary public buildings. 

Alberta and Saskatchewan are divided by the meridian of 
110° west from Greenwich. Tiieylie between British Columbia t^ 
on tlie west and Manitoba and the Northwest territories on the 
east, and between the international boundary at the ^9th 
parallel on the south and the fiOth parallel on the north. 
Alberta is 1 85 miles widii a(. 49', 403 miles at 54' 30', and 347 
miles at 60", with a land area of '251.180 square miles, and a 
water area of 2,360 square miles. I^aakatchewan is 393 miles 
wide at 4r, 330 miles wide at 54° 30', and 277 miles at 60', 
with a land area of 242,332 aijuare miles and a water area 
of 8,318 square miles. The area of the two provinces 
is 504, 1 90 square miles, which is as large as the united 
areas of Great Britain, France and Germany, aa large as the 
states of Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota and the two 
Dakotas, and more than twice as large as the six New England 
states, together with New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, 
Ohio and Indiana. Some of the world's prize wheat has been 
grown at Fort Vermilion on Peace river, north of the 58th par- 
allel ; and on the Liard river three degrees farther north, where 
the climate is said to' be warmer than on any part of Peace 
river, wheat always succeeds. From north to south each 
pnrnnce extends 760 miles, or as long as from the mouth of the 
Detroit river to the mouth of the Saguenay in a straight line. 



n the Dominion is secured 
o person shall establish a 
ir work any apparatus 
jxcept under and 



The control of wireless telegraphy 
by chapter 49, which provides that 
wireless telegraph station or install 
any place or on board any registered 
accordance with a license granted by the Minister of 
and Fisheries with the consent of the Governor in Council. 
Whoever establishes a wireless telegraph station without a 
license is liable on summary conviction to a line not exceeding 
{50, and on conviction upon indictment to a fine not exceeding 
$500 and to imprisonment tor a term not exceeding twelve 
months, and in either case shall be liable to forfeit any apparatus 



4 



Control of 
wireleste 
tnlegtaphy 



d 



ffl£i^-A 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1005. 
installed or worked without a license. Bat where the sole object 
of aa applicant for a license ia to conduct expertmenta in wire- 
less telegraphy, a liceoEe may be granted subject to such special 
terras, conditions and restrictioua as the Minister thinks proper. 
This is the first measure of legislation in the matter of wireless 
telegraphy provided for by the Parliament of Canada. 



Another original measure of legislation passed in the same 
session of Parliament is an act respecting the inspecriou and 
sale of seeds, being chapter 41 of tbe statutes of 1905. The 
act came into operation on the firfit of September, and provides 
th it no person shall sell, or offer, or expose, or have in his pos- 
session for sale for seeding any seeds of cereals, grasses, clovers or 
forage plants unless they are free from any seeds of the 
following wei'ds, viz.; wild mustard or charlock, tumiiling mus- 
tard, hare's ear mustard, ball mustard, tield pennycress or stink- 
weed, wild oats, bindweed, perennial sow-thistle, ragweed, great 



ragweed, purpli 
brush and ergot of rye, unle 
such seeds or a label securel 
plain and indelible manner, 
apply to the sale of seed thf 
any farmer on his own pren 

himself, unless the purchaser obtains from the sell i 
a certificate that the seed ia subject to the pi 
Seed Control act. The act also provides that n 
sell, offer, expose or have in his possession fur sal 
timothy, red ulover, alsike or any mixture of thi 
from any package marked 
which represents the seeds a 
from the seeds of weeds m 
from the seeds of white c< 

flax, Canada thistle, ox-eye daisj', curled dock, bli 
grass and chickory, and contain out of every 100 
than 99 of the kind or kinds represented, or see Is of other use- 
ful and harmless grasses and clovers, of which 99 seeds 90 must 
be germinable. But the Governor in Council may make regu- 
lations determining the maximum proportion of ^eeds of the 
weeds specitied that may be tolerated in seeds of commerce 
without affecting their character as being within the meaning 
of the a«t. 



kweod or paint 

each package or sack containing 
attached thereto is marked in a 
This provision, however, does not 
is grown, sold and delivered by 
seeding by the purchaser 
the time 

person shall 
any seeds of 

ithfr designation 
of first quality, unless they are free 
ued in the foregoing; list, and also 
ikle, night^flowering catchfly, false 
weed, rib- 
(ts not lees 




EVENTS OF THE TEAR. 

a "pt/naa sh&ll sell, offer, expose or have in hia passeaaioa for 
sale, for the purpose of seeding in'Canada, any seeds of timothy, 'p"> ^'j, 
&lsike or red clover, or any mixture conbaining these seeds, if 
the seeds of weeds named in the act are present in a greater 
proportion than five to 1,000 of the seed sold or held in poesee- 
sion for sale None of the proWsiona contained in the act, Eneiuptioi 
howevi;r, shall apply to any person growing or selling seeds for 
th? purpose of food, or any person selling aefeda direct to mer- 
chants to be cleaneil or graded before being offered for sale for 
the purpose of seeding, or to seed held in storage for the pur- 
pose of being re-oleaned, or to seed marked 'not absolutely 
clein' and held or sold for export only. 

As regards penalties upon summary conviction for violating 
any of the foregoing provision-", they shall not exceed a fine PenoJtiea 
of Jl for each offence for the first offence, nor $5 for each sub- 
BBquent offence, together with the costs of prosecution for each, 
package or bag in or from which seeds are sold, offered, exposed 
or had in possession for 8ale ; provided that in the case of the 
first offence the total fine shall not exceed |5, and of the second 
offence $25, or imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month, 
But in case the accused person proves to the magiitrate before 
whom he is tried that the seed wa") purchased by bira directly 
from a seed merchant in Canada, and I hat the package was not 
opened h^him and that be had no reason to believe tliat the 
seed did not comply witb the provisions of the act, he shall not 
be liable beyond the costs of prosecution, providing that he dis- 
closes to the magistrate the name and address of the person 
from whom the purchase waa made ; and the magistrate is re- 
quired to report the case to the Minister of Agriculture. 

Any person charged with the enforcement of the act is em- 
powered to enter upon any premises to make examination of Enforciof 
, seeds with respect to which he has reason to suspect that the theTot." 
provisions of the act are being violated, and to take samples for 
vhich the owner shall be puid, and any person who obstructs 
or refuses to permit tha making of such examination is liable 
upon summary conviction to a penalty not less than ®25 nor ex- 
ceeding $500 with costs, and to imprisonment not exceeding six 
moathd unless the fine and costs are paid. Any purchaser of 
seeds, or any person charged with the enforcement of the act at 
the purchaser's request, may take a sample from the seeds and 
forward it to such person as the Governor in Cuuncil appoints 





Salaries of the 
Prime Minis 
tee, and the 
Lt. Govenioi 
o( Saflkatche 
wan and Al- 
berta. 



THE CAXADA YEAR BOOK 3305. 
lial seed aoalyat to examtnB and report thereon ; bat 
any sample of seed taken for analysis shall be taken in the pre- 
sence of the person who sold or had it in possession, or of two 
impartial and non -interested witnesses, and the certificate of 
aoalyais of any official seed analyst chall be accepted as evideince 
ill prosecution of the person charged with having sold or offered, 
exposed or had in his possession for sale, in violation of the pro- 
viBions of the act, seeds from which the sample purports to have 
been taken, or of any pei'son from whom such person purchased 
the seeds. Regulations necessary to secure the efficient enforce- 
ment and operation of the act may be made hy the Governor 
in Council, and by such regulations penalties may be impoaed 
not exceeding $50 on any person offending against them, to be 
recoverable hy summary conviction ; swid the regulations so 
made shall be in force from the date of their proclamation in 
the Canada Gazette, or from a date specified in the proclamation. 

Several acta were passed during the session relating .to 
payments of salaries, allowances and annuities. 

By chapter 12 the former addition of $1,000 to the salary of 
$7,000 for the member of the king's Privy Council holding the 
recognized position of first minister was increased to $5,000 per 
annum, and by chapter 20 the salaries of the lieutenant 
governor of Saskatchewan and ths lieutenant governor»f Alberta 
respectively were fixed at $9,000 per annum. 

By chapter 30 provision is made for the payment of pensions 
or annuities to members of the king's Privy Council for Canada 
after retirement from office. Every member of the Council who 
has served as prime minister or cabinet minister, or partly in 
both capacities for the full period of five years, is entitled after 
retirement to receive an annuity equal to one-half ot the salary 
attached to his position at the time of his retirement ; but in 
the event of any such person becoming entitled to any othefi 
ity, pension or allowance, or to any salary or allowance in 
respect of any position or office of emolument — whether federal 
or provincial under the Crown — or to the additional sessional 
allowance provided for the leader of the Opposition in the Houaa 
of Commons, the annuity pi-ovided for in chapter 30 shall from 
time to time be reduced bj the amount of such other aannitj^ 
pension, salary or allowance. * 




far certai 
sinue been repealed. 



1 Privy Counoillop 






EVENTS OF THE YEAH. lii 

r 31 the salaries prorided for the judges of the 
BDprerae court, of judicatum of Ontario are made $8,000 for each SaiarJes of 
of the chief justices of the five divisional courts, and $7,000 forjudges in 
each of the twelve other judges of the supreme court ; for each Ontario, 
of the chief justices of the king's bench and of the superior 
court of Quebec 88,000, for each of the five puisni^ judges of the'" Quebec, 
king's bench $7,000, for each of seventeen puisn^ judges of the 
superior court whose residences are fixed at Montreal or Quebec 
$7,000, for each of sixteen puisn^ juflges of the superior court 
■whose residences are Bxed within districts other than Bonaven- 
ture and Qasp^ or ?aguenay $6,000, and for each of two puian^ 
judges whose residences are fixed within the districts of Bon- 
aventure and Gasp^ or Saguenay $4,500 ; for the chief justice 
of the supreme court of Nova Scotia $7,000, for the judge ininNovaScotia 
equity $6,000, for each of the five puisne judges of the supreme 
court $6,u00, and for the judge of the court for divorce and 
matrimonial causes $500 ; for the chief justice of the supreme in Sew Bnina- 
conrt of New Brunswick 17,000, for the judge in equity $6,000, "'" ' 
for each of the four puisn6 j'^dges of the supreme court $6,000, 
and for the judge of the court of divorce And matrimonial 
causes $500 ; for the chief justice of the supreme court of Prince 
Edward Island (being also judge of the court of vice-admiralty) j^^ princalEd- 
$6,000, one assistant judge of the supreme court (being also ward Island, 
master of the rolls in chancery) $5,200, and one assistant judge 
(being aUo vice-chancellor) $5,200 ; for the chief justice of the 
court of king's bench of Manitoba $7,000, and for each of three in Manitolta, 
puisn^ judges of the said court $6,000 ; for the chief justice of 
the supreme court of British Columbia $7,000, and for each of in British 
four puisn^ judges of the said court $6,000 j and for the chief ''™' 
justice of the supreme court of the Northwest territories $7,000, and the 
and for each of seven puisn^ judges of the said court $6,000. terntoneB. 

The salaries of the judges of county courts are fixed as fol- 
lows : in Ontario, $3,500 for the senior judge of the county of Salaries of 
York, and $2,500 for each of sixty-seven judges and junior ?'j°'j' 1^'"" 
judges during the first three years of service and thereafter Ontsrio, 
$3,000 ; in Nova Scotia, $3,500 for the judge of the county of 
Halifax, $3,000 for the judge of the county court of district No. in NovaHotia 
7, and $2,000 for each of five other county court judges during 
the first three years of service and thereafter $3,000 ; in New 
Brunswick, $3,500 for the county court of the city and county in Np„ Bn ma 
of St. John, and §2,500 for each of five other county court "'"'^ 

Bj-T.B. 



n 



TIfS: CAA'JDA ii-AR BOOK 1905. 



> 



judges during the first three years of service and thereafter 
™,^g'„^' $3,000; in Prince Edward Island, 13,500 for the judge of the 
county court of Queeoa county, and ^3,500 for each of two 
other county court judges during the first three years of MTvice 
ilanitola, and thereafier $3,000 ; in the province of Manitoba, $2,500 each 
to six county court judges during the fir«t three yearauf service 
and thereafter $3,000; in British Columbia, the judges of the 
umbia. couniy courts of Cariboo, Westminster, Yale, Nanaimo, Van- 
couver, Victoria and Atlin, the judge and junior judge of the 
county court of Kootenay, and the judge of the county court of' 
East Eooteuay, each S3,000. But it was provided in the ' 
of all county court judges that the increases of salary shi 
take effect only after the act came inti:i force. 

In the case of all judges there is paid the sum of six dollars 
veiling pg,. j^y jjj addition to moving or transportation expenses for 
each day during which they are attending in court o 
chambers ai any other place than that at which they are obliged 
to reside, providing, however, that in the case of any district 
county court judge the amount shall not exceed $200 ia a,aj 
one year. 

Besides making provision for the foregoing allowances, 

K^ ■■*■ act provides that no judge mentioned shall, either directly or' 

otethem- indirectly, as director or manager of any corporation, company 

^utiea" ' *"" fir™! or in S'ly other manner whatever, for himself or others, 

engage in any occupation or business other than bis judicial 

duties, but shall devote himself exclusively to such duties. 

By chapter 47 the salary of the chief justice of the suprrane, 
irieflof court ftf Canada is made $10,000 a year, and of each of the 
jes. puian^ judges $9,000, and of the judge of the exchequer court 

$8,000 ; and the judges of these courts are in the same way 
all other judges prohibited from engaging in any other ocoupft- 
tion, and required to devote themselves exclusively to tbac 
judicial duties. 

By chapter 43 an allowance is made to each member of thtt 
Senate and House of Commons of 120 for each day's attendant 
if the session does not extend beyond thirty days, and if 
session extends beyond that time the allowance is made $2,600: 
For eveiy day on which a member does not attend a sitting 
the House of which he is a member a deduction at the rate 
$15 per day is required to be made. Actual moving or tra; 
portation expenses between his place of residence and Ottaws,. 



AUowancM 

menibeo) of 
Parliament. 



KVKyr.'i OF THK YISAH. 

onoe «aob way going and coming, ia allowed to each raetober, 
but no allowance may be made for travelling outside of Canada 
except from one point in Canada to another by any direct 
route. To the member occupying the recognized position of 
leader of the Opposition in the House of Commons there ia 
payable an additional saseional allowance of $7,000. 



The record' of the im 
sons arrived in CanaJa i 
This number ia made up 



nigration oEfice show thit 144,621 per- 
1 the year ending December 31, 1905. Inunig™ 
of 64,S6a from the United Kingdom, 'tettdB™ 



ind 35,331 from the continent 
of them settled in the prairie 
nade homes or found employ- 
i farms and in the industrial 
1 not appear large when com- 
la of the United Statea. But 
they would equal the 



44,427 from the United States 
of Europe and elsewhere. Moa 
provinces, but many thousands 
ment in the older provinces, 
centres. The whole nuuiber di 
pared with the immigration figu 
if they were brought together it 
popuUtion of the counties of Annapolis, Digby, Kings, Lunen- 
burg, Queens, Shelburne and Yarmouth in Nova Scotia, or of the 
counties of Arthabftska, Brome, Coropton, Drummond, SheEfbrd, 
Sherbrookeand8tansteadinQuebec,orof the electoral districts of 
tjie twoOxfordB,the twoPerthsand t he t wo Waterloos in Ontario. 
lo the calendar year 1904 the immigrant arrivals made a total 
of 134,749, comprising 55.913 from the United Kingdom, 43.- 
444 from the United States and 35,392 from Europe and elue- 
''hfire. As an evidence of the number of persons who settled 
ia the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Albeita, it may 
beetated that the number of homestead entries made in thefepro- 
TincBB during the calendar year was 34,645 in 1905 and 2(J,513 
in 1904, about one-fourth of which were made by Canadians. 



CwiiulH 



A movement has been started in Russia for the return to that 
country of Doukobors now settled near Yorkton in Saikatohe- Propo«J' 
wan, and a letter of October 8tb from the British consul at Doukution 
Batoum lo the Marquis of Lansdowne report.^ that the conditions 
apon which the Russian government is prepared to permit them 
to rctarn are the following: (1) A free passage from Canada 
to Ru^ia. (2) A guarantee that they will receive three times 
more land than was allotted to them previous to their de- 
parture from Canada. (3) Absolute liberty of religion. The 
Doinaul adds, however, that several Doukobor families in Batoum 



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THB CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

were endeavoriDg to procure passages to England en. roaten 
Canada, and he thinks it is doubtful if any Doukobore now r 
siding in Canada are likely to avail themselves of thia tardy 
token on the part of the Buasian government to befriend them. 
The fact tliat earlier in the year the Russian ambasBador at 
London had reported in a note to the Marquis of Laandowne 
that passports had been granted to Hii Doukobors who intended 
emigrating to Canada, now chat the order for (heir detention 
in the province of Yakout^k had been cancelled, does not in- 
dicate that the people of this sect have any desire to remain in 
KuBaia when they are given freedom (o leave it, much less to 
return to it from a country where they may acquire good bomea 
and ali the liberties of citizenship. 



The report of the Secretary of State shows that in the 
SecretBry of calendar year 293 companies were granted incorporation with 
■'''*'*''' ™'"'^ an authorized capital of $99,910,900. For the preceding year 
the number was 206 and the authorized capital $80,597,732. 
Existing companies were also authorized to increase their capital 
loat year by $9,685,000, making a total authorized capital of 
«109,595,900. The authorized capital of new companies organ- 
'd ized in the six years 1900-1906 was $332,31ti,294, and exUting 
1. companies were allowed to increase their capital by $30,731,520. 
The revenue of the Department during the year, which ia 
derived mainly from fees upon charters, was $76,512, or $20,605 
more than in the previous year. Ten years ago the co^t of 
mHintenance of the Department was $42,000 more than the 
revenue, and last year the revenue was $ 1 9,000 more than the 
cost of maintenance. Returns are now made half yearly to the 
Secretary of State of the number of naturalizations effected in 
the Dominion under the act of 1902, and large increaaea are 
shown for each year, This is noticeably the case as regards for- 
mer citizens of the United States, of whom 6,074 were natural- 
ized last year. 

Canada's foreign trade came very close to the half billion 
mark in the calendar year 1905, being in value $49.5,010,028, 
'■ This is $130,295,385 more than in the calendar year 1900, or 
an increase of 36 per cent. The following table shows the im- 
ports and exports of each year by classes and the increAsQ Mt,*l 
each class, together with the duty collected on imports : 



ciona etf 

I 



EVENTS OF THE YEAR, 



xxiii 



• 

Schedule. 


1900. 


1905. 


Increase. 


Imports. 

Dutiable goods for con- 
sumption 

Free goods for consump. 
tion 

Coin and bullion 


$ 

104,083,645 

68,817,013 

5,939,228 

178,839,886 

28,621,870 

31,134,709 
10,671,848 
28,737.237 
55,681,870 
26,081,072 
15,287,530 
165,956 

167,760,222 

13,340,081 

4,774,454 

185,874,757 


160,033,585 

102,339,985 

8,012,660 

270,386,280 

43,531,328 

32,060,999 
13,410,617 
33,162,167 
67,714,403 
41,970,103 
22,423,966 
64,204 

210,806,459 

12,058,267 

1,759,072 

224,623,798 


55,949,940 

33,522,972 

2,073,432 

91,546,344 

14,909,458 

926,290 
2,738,769 
4,424,930 

12,032,533 

15,889,031 
7,136,436 
101,7521 

43,046,237 
1,281,8141 
3,015,3821 

38,749,041 


Total imports 


Duty collected 

Exports. 
Mineral products 


Fisheries 

Forest products 

Aitimal pro Incts 


Agricultura products 

Manufactures : 

Miscellaneous products. . . 

Total domestic products 

Foreign products 


Coin and bullion 


Total exports 



Canada's 
trade. 



1 Decrease. 

The value of dutiable and free goods entered for consumption 
last year was {262,373,570, and the value of domestic goods 
exported was {210,806,459, being an increase in five years of 
$89,472,912, or 51-75 per cent on imports and $43,046,237 or 
25*66 per cent on exports. Coin and bullion and foreign pro- 
ducts comprise the rest of the trade of the Dominion. The 
increase of dutiable goods in the five years was 53*75 per cent, 
and of free goods 48*71 per cent. The increase of animal pro- 
ducts exported in the five years was 21*61 per cent, of agricul- 
tural products 61 per cent, and of manufactured products 46*68 
per cent. The increase in the amount of duty collected on 
imports in the five years, without any change in the rates of 
duty, was 52 per cent. 



A new industry in Canada is the manufacture of beet sugar. 
Two factories were erected in Ontario in 1902, one at Wallace- The sugar 
burg in Kent county, and one at Berlin in Waterloo county. 
In 1903 a third factory was built at Raymond in Alberta. The 



XZIV 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1906. 



following table gives the statistics of the industry for the foar 
years 1902-05 : 




Tons of beets . . . i 
Paid growers ,. .$. 
Paid for wages. »• 
Value of sugar., u' 



51,067 
221,569 



51,150 I 
254,5&^ > 



76,000 
391,532 



118,095 
575,296 



93,280 , 121,203 | 136,656 I 173,906 
385,678 546,508 ; 751,379 ' l,04^288 



In the four years there was paid to farmers for beets $1,442,961, 
and to employees for wages $5*25,045, and the value of sugar ^ 
manufactured was $2,728,853. 

GorresDondenee to(^ place through the Colonial OfBce daring 
Preferential the year on the subject of preferential trade between Canada 
with other '^^^ ^^ Commonwealth of Australia, as well as on an extension 
Culoniee. q£ jjlje existing preference with the South African colonies. The 
communication with the Australian Government was based on 
a Minute of Council of 22nd July, inquiring if that Grovemment 
would be willing to enter into negotiations with the Canadian 
Government for establishing trade relations between the two 
countries, and if so whether the Commonwealth would be pre- 
pared to offer stated tariff concessions to the Dominion, or would 
prefer to make the subject one for consideration by conference 
between del^ates representing the two Governments. The re- 
reply of the Australian Government intimated that a ccmvenient 
course would be for the Canadian Government to first submit 
for consideration a memorandum setting out (a) what articleBof 
Canadian produce or manufacture they desire to be favoured on 
admission to Australia, and (b) what similar articles frc»a 
Australia to which they are prepared to give a preference and 
to what extent. Further correspondence indicates that as re— 
gards trade relations with Australia and South Africa diacuA— 
sion and consideration will be deferred until the next colonii^V 
conference at London. 



The embargo on cattle in the United Kingdom was the sub — 

Emb^rgii on ;^,j ^ corres^pondence last vear throusrh the office of the €k>vef - 

canle m the ^ ^ - o ^ 

United nor General. An address from the Senate \^ April 6) called tb^ 

™**^"^ attention of the Imperial Government to the lact that Canadiao 



EVENTS OF THE YEAH xxv 

herds are now and have lieen for man^ yenrs past free from 
those diseases against which the British embargo has been The cattle 
imposed ; that this fact has been repeatedly admitted by the 
Imperial authorities ; and that under these circu instances the 
continued prohibition of Canadian cattle, on the pretext of 
danger of the spread of diseases among the British herds, is an 
unjust imputation on the condition of Canadian cattle. The J 

address therefore respectfully suggested that the Imperial act I 

should be repealed. The matter wsa referred to the Board I 

of Agriculture, and Mr, Alfred Cyttleton, the Colonial Hecre- 
tary, informed the Governor General (August 17) that His 
Majesty's Government had given the fullest consideration to the 
representations made on the eubject, but felt themselves unable 
to propose to Parliament any amendment of the existing law. 
The attitude of the Board of Agriculture is that the statute 
which requires alt imported cattle to be slaughtered at the port , 

of landing is no obstacle to the development and maintenance of 
a large and valuable trade, as ahown by the increauo in im- 
ports from Argentina, the United States and Canada, The law, , 
it is further maintained, does not cast discredit upon Canadian 
cattle, for it holds good in the case of every other British colony 
and of all foreign countries, being in fact a sanitary law of uni- J 
versa! application, and of great importance to British stock owners I 
as a safeguard against the introduction of disease. The sudden I 
outbreak of disease amongst Argentina cattle in 1900 and of 1 
States cattle in 1902 are given as instances of possible 
in spite of the maintenance of an efficient veterinary orga- 
Ition. "The enormous losses which British agriculturists 
have suffered during the last thirty years, mainly by reason of the ' 
increased pressure of colonial and foreign competition," the 
Board's memorandum states, " make it more than ever necessary 
that every possible precaution should be taken against the intro- , 
Auction of disease, consistent with the reasonable requirements 
b' colonial producers and the interests of consumers at home." 



lerciol tra- 



The act of the Legisliture of the province of Quebec pro- 

^i^ing for a tax on certain commercial travellers {5 Edward Tai 
"'■1 chap.. 14) baa been the subject of vigorous remonstrance yg[ip[_ 
^ British business houses and chambers of commerce through Q^^^"^- 
*6 Board of Trade and the Colonial Office. The general nense 
" British sentiment ia expressed by the Association of Chambers 
of the United Kingdom in a memorial 




F? 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 190s. 

ColoQial Secretary. " The Aasociatioa views with much regret 
the growing practice ia the variouR colonies of imposing theae 

■ taxes, not only upon foreigners but upon British commercial 
travellers viaiting theae countries. A consideration of the 
burdens willingly borne by the mother country in aafeguarding 
the colonies should be aufhcient to ensure the free access of every 
British subject to all parta of the British dominions. The im- 
position of such a petty tax seems to this Asaociation to be out 
of harmony with current opinion as to the unity of the Em- 
pire." A statement of the British Board of Trade shows that 
in only a few countries has a tax on British commercial travel- 
lers been laid. In one of the states of the Argeniine Republic 
it is aa high as £\il, in Bolivia it is £15, in some of the states 
of Brazil it reaches £60, in Paraguay £.10 and in Uruguay £21. 
In the Congo Free State, Africa, it is £20, in Denmark £9, in 
Norway £5 lOs. a month, in Russia £25, in Sweden £5 10b. 
and in some of the states of Mexico it is as-high as £20 a month. 
In the British posaessious, besides Quebec, £10 is imposed in 

-^ the Bechuanaland Protectorate, |4 in Prince Edward Island, 
£10 for six months in British Columbia, £25 in Cape Colony, 
|5 in Honduras, and £5 a quarter in the Orange River Colony. 
In nearly all other coloniea of the Empire, as well as in other 
foreign countries, no tax is imposed. The statement for the 
province of Quebec, made by the Attorney General's Depart- 
ment, has been forwarded with a Minute of Council to tha 
Colonial Office by the Governor General. It explains that 
the act was passed solely for revenue purposes. Under the 
conatitution the provinces of the Dominion may resort to direct 
taxation only in order to procure revenue needed to meet the 
public wants. Through the increase of population greater 
expenditure has become necessary in Quebec, and the sources of 
revenue have not correspondingly expanded. Local oorpo-. 
rations and companies have been and are now taxed in onler 
to meet the demands upon the exchequer. Moreover, extrft- 
Canadian business houses although enjoying the freedom of 
competition with local concerns were, up to the coming into 
force of the act imposing a tax on commercial travellers, free 
from provincial or municipal taxation. The local corporations- 
paying taxes have repeatedly complained that the non-residenti 
representatives of such extra- Canadian business houses were 
not taxed. It was therefore deemed just and equitable, both 



EVENTS Of THE YEAR. 

from a fiscal and commercial point of view, that non-reaideat 
representatives of extra-CaDodiaii houses should be called upon 
to contribute their share ta the public revenue. It may be 
added, however, that some changes in the act have been made 
daring the session of the Lefi^alature of the current year which 
are meant to lighten the tax upon commercial travellers. 

The amended act respecting the Militia and Defence of 
Canada was a. subject of consideration with the Imperial author- Goverao; 
ities early in the year with reference to section 4 of the act, in Comn.an 
which the Command in Chief is declared to continue and be'"'''"*'' 
vested in the King and exercisable by His Majesty or by the 
Governor General as his representative. This reference drew 
attention to the fact that the letters patent and commission 
constitating the appointment of the Uoverooi' General hnd by 
oversight omitted to confer upon hini the style and office of 
Commander in Chief, and steps were taken to rectify the omis- 
sion. This was done under amended letters patent dated 15th 
Jane, constituting the office of Governor General and Com- 
mander in Chief of the Dominion in substitution for those of 
the 5th of October, 1878, which constituted the office of 
Governor General. 

In the speech with which the Governor General closed the 
1905 Hession of Parliament he said : "The addition to the num- Withdrnwnl ] 

ber of the permanent force whiqb you have authorized will „7'Brit£h * ■ 
enable my Government to relievo the Uxpayers of the United «°'<1"*™- I 

Kingdom from the burden of keeping up the garrisons of | 

Esquimalt and Halifax." This was the most important event 
of the year in the Dominion from a military point of view, and 
as a first result of it the Government took over from the king's 
r^ular troops the responsibility for the maintenance of the 
Imperial fortress at Halifax. Esquimalt will be taken over 
during the present year, and so a matter which has been a sub- 
«ject of consideration and discussion for half a century will be 
finally settled by the withdrawal from Canada of the last Brit- 
ish soldier and the occupation of the two fortresses fully 
equipped in every respect by Canadian officers and men. 

Reorganization of the system of administration of the militia 
ontsidH the headquarters office was effected during the year, as 
a consequence of the establishment of the Militia Council and 
the abolition of the office of General Officer Commanding. The 



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THE CANADA YEAH BOOK 1905. 

militia authorities at headquarters are now charged with the 
administratioa of the force, which means that while they aGsume 
the responsibility for directing what is to be done in all - 
questions afiectiag the militia, the executive commandE, And the 
orders for carrying tbem out are the duties of the executive 
commanders outside the headquarters staff ofhoe and in the 
military districts throu^'hout the country. To ensure the 
proper performance of these duties cei'tain of the existing mili- 
tary districts are grouped together and placed under the com- 
mand of officers selected for their experience and ability, who 
are charged within the limits of the new commands with the 
executive duties formerly exercised at headquarters by the 
General OtBcer Commanding. It is hoped that the exercise of 
these powers will train senior officers in initiative in the best 
possible way, and that the creation of these commands will also 
open a far wider prospect of suitable employment to the aenior 
officers of the militia than has hitherto been attainable. Four 
superior military districts, designated commands to distinguish 
them from existing districts, have been constituted as follows : 
The 'Western Ontario Command, with headquarters at Toronto; 
the Eastern Ontario Command, with headquarters at Kingston ; 
the Quebec Command, with headquarters at Montreal ; and the 
Maritime Provinces Command, with headquarters at Halifax. 
The duties of the officers appointed to these higher 
are fully defined in the Minute of Council, and tbe rates of pay 
and allowances are made commensurate with the increased 
responsibilities imposed upon them. 

Concerning the inspection of the militia, the Colonial Secpe- 

c"n'^iln°°' tary in a despatch to the Oovernor General of April 17th ob- 

iniliiiabyttn served: ■' I note that section 31 of the act provides for the 

ufficer. regular periodical inspection of the militia, but it appears to his 

Majesty's Government that occasional inspections of th« 

Canadian defencres abd forces by an officer of the highest staad- 

ing and recent experience in the regular army, such as the En-.- 

spRctor General of the Forces, will be advantageous, since in the 

event of war Imperial troops might be sent to Canada to oo-ope- 

rate with the militia, and the value of any plans of action tor 

the combined forces must depend largely on the efficiency of Vm: 

Canadian forces and on their powers of co-operation with the 

regular army in regard to training, organization and equipment; 

Such occasional inspection would not only place at the dispt 




£!VE.\TS OF THtL YEAR. xxix 

[fieri&l and Canadian Uuveroments the best inde- i 

pendent expert advice as to the organization and efficiency of loapection of I 
the Canadian militia, but would afford the odicera entrusted militia. \ 

with the duty of making them invaluable npportunitiea for ac- 
quiring at first hand the knowledj^ of the personnel and or- 
ganization of the military forces of Canada, which would he 
essential to their effective co-operation with Imperial troops in 
time of war." This proposal was approved by a Minute of 
Cooncil under date of June Hth, which was duly communicated 
to the Colonial Secretary by the Goveinor General. ' The In- J 

spector General of the Britisli Army is His Royal Highness the ■ 

Duke of Conoaught. I 

A proposition in which the Government of the Common- 
wealth of Australia took the first step was favorably considered Interchaiigi- 
by the Home Government, the Canadian Government and the and Coloniiil • 
Indian GDvernment during the year, namely, the introduction "l*''*''^' 
of a system of interchange of Imperial and Coloriial military 
oflBcers. The Militia Council of Canada have strongly endorsed 

• Jurt at thiB BoAk ia going through ihe preBs a new Army Order has been 
publiithed in London formally conacicuCing a Genenil Staff fur the British 
Army, in accordance with the recommandBtions of the Eaher Committee, 
which marliM au important etep iu the reoonstitutiou of the British milittiry 
(fBteiii. "t^ia order defines broadly tlie function* of the General Staff at 
lieadquarters and in tbe comuiatidit and diatricla, how it is totw foniied and 
maintained, the duration of appointments in it, and the recogoiticn that 
approved Berviee oa the Stafl will receive. A memorandum hy Mr. Haldane, 
Secretary uf Stat<^ for War, diacussea the generol principle underlying the 
formation of the fieneral Staff, whoae hutineaa it is, he sayf, to ensure that 
the military ayatem in every part ia alwaya up to dale and tliat military 

impliea that il will be ju&t aa much responsible for the training and war I 

orgaaisatioD of the auxiliary foicea aa of the re)(alar army. And referring to I 

the ideal relation of the General Staff to the Colonio:^ Mr, Hnldane says : I 

"Provided the General Staff can avoid the auapicion of wishing Co interfere ', 

in purely administrative mattent, there ia do leoaoii why its infiuence should 
not extend ultimately far beyond these shuren and India. The self -governing 
colonies will, it ia certain, never brook interference in matters couuected with i 

the adniinietration and the finance of their uwn military forces. But it is ■ 

perhaps not too much to hope that they may in time welcome the aaaistance I 

of a body o/ highly-trained e>;perts, drawn froinall parteufthe Empire, whose ' 

ooQcem is mainly the war otganiuition and the war training uf the Imperial 
forces as a whole. Should such an ideal ever be realized, the new General 
Staff will beicome » real bond of union between the widely -ecatterBd military 
forces of the Empire, giving to them all common ideas even in matters of 
detail. BO that, if ever the necessity should arise, they could readily be con- 
centrated to form a really homogeneous linperial Army." 




Kxx THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

the proposal, to be limited for the present to three officers,— 
one with the Army either in Great Brilain or one of the 
Colonies, one with India and one with Australia. A proposal 
of the Canadian Government to the efifect thai Tmperial staff 
officers should be sent to Canada in place of any Canadia 
officers who may pass the Staff College and receive appoint- 
ments either in England or India wae agreed to by the Imperial- 
Army Council. In the opinion of the Army Council such s 
interchange of selected officurs cannot fail to be beneficial to tl 
military forces of Che Empire as a wbole, and the ColoBial 
Secretary heartily associated himself with this opinion in com- 
municating it to the Governor General. 

The claims of Canadian sealers for the seizure and confisca- 
CanadiaD 'jon by order of the Bussian Government of six seal 

jHjBlerfl'claiina vessels in the North PaciBc ocean in 1892 has been finally 
against Russia -""j 

Bettl&l. arranged. In 1904 the matter was referred for settlement by 

diplomatic procedure, in which each country was to be repre- 
sented by one delegate. Russia however sent two delegates to 
the conference, which met at London, while Canada was repre- 
sented by one delegate, Mr. Henry Alexander Little of Wood- 
stock. The claims as originally advanced by the Canadia 
(Government for the six vessels amounted to $139,B12.50. The 
Russian delegates agreed to acknowledge the claims of two of 
the vessels for an amount of $44,701 with interest at sis 
cent from the date of seizure or arrest, on condition of the with- 
drawal of tbe other four claims. The Canadian delegate recom- 
mended to his Government thi:j basis of settlement as the only 
one which appeared possible, and after much correspondence 
with the Home Government it has been accepted in this c 
rent year as a settlement i<f the wbole matter with Russia, 
a Minute of Council of December 29, 1904, the view of the 
Minister of Marine and Fisheries was submitted for consider-' 
ation as to how far Canada might be justified in withdrawing 
claims filed by the owners of the vessels which for years hod 
been pressed upon the Tmperial Government, and in turn 
pressed by them upon the Russian Government, and to what 
extent, if any, such action might render the Canadian Govern- 
ment liable to the claimants for the satisfaction of their claima 
under the peculiar circumstances. But while His Majesty's 
Government appreciated the difficulty in which the Canadian 
Ministers were placed by the stipulation of the Russian Govern- 



EVENTS OF THE YEAR. m 

bhe^ wished it to be clearly understood that if the 
Canadian QoverDinent accepted the comproiniae the Imperial 
Government could not admit any liability to compensHte the 
parties whose claims were withdrawn. " I would remind 
you," the Colonial Secretary wrote to the Governor General 
nnder date of February 22, 1905, " that your Ministers accepted 
the proposal for a. conference of delegates in London, and duly 
selected their own representative, Mr. Little, for the purpose. 
Mr. little carried on a!) the discussions with the Rusiiian dele- 
gates, and the suggested settlement was recommended by him. 
His Majestv's Government took no part in the discussions and 
assamed no reaponaibility for the result." In so far as this 
matter of allowance to owners not included in the offer of 
aettlement is concerned therefore, it will doubtlcFS be con- 
sidered by tbe Canadian Government as a domestic one to be 
dealt with as the justice of the case may require. 

On August 13 the Canadian barque Antiope of Victoria, 
B.C., with a cargo of salt for Nikolaievsk was seized by theCMiwIian 
Japanese autborities upon the ground that she was carrying cai^Beiz^l 
contraband of war in the form of foodstuffs. The vessel was ^t,.^ by" 
sent to Hakodate for trial, 'and upon a protest by the owners to-^*!""'- 
the Canadian Government a request was cabled to the Colonial 
Secretary for measures to be taken to obtain release of the 
vessel if the facta bo warranted. Trial took place before the 
Japanese lower prize court in November, when the vessel 
was released but the cargo of 1,800 tons was adjudged a prize. 
An appeal on behalf of the Canadian owners was lodged as 
regards the cargo to the higher prize court, where early in 
the preeent year vessel and cargo were confiscated. 

A case of lowering tbe British flag occurred in the port of 
Rochester on the 4th of July. Tbe Canadian schooner Accacia, Case of 
employed in carrying coal from Rochester to Kingston, was in the Britiiili 
port on the morning of that day, which was being duly cele-Q^^^j^ 
brated by the citizens as Independence day. The master of the vusael in s, 
vessel. Captain William Simmons, hoisted the British flag, siaees iwrt. 
which according to bia own report to the Cattndinn Govern- 
ment^ coromunicnted through Hon. William Harty, M .P. for 
Kingston, was made on tbe suggestion of an American citizen 
and H« an act of courtesy to the Americans. Apparently his 
action was miGnnderatood, for soon a crowd gathered and 




TUB CANADA YEAR BOOK I90S. 

demands were made on the captain to haul down the flag, 

mpanied by threats, to which do attention was paid until 

an officer of the Customs arrived who made the same demand 

and claimed that the doating of the British flag on Iiidepend 

ence day was an insult. The captain protested that 

I^weriiw tba not intended as an insult and should not be so regarded \ but 

u Cttnod^ having raised the flag, aa he thought be had a right to do o 

vrewl. Q(V£[ vessel, he declioed to lower it. To another officer the 

captain staled that the flag had been raised as a compliment to 

I the celebration, but he was told that it could not remain u 

he would fly the Stars and Stripes along side of it, " I told him 
that I would be glad to do so, but I had no Stars and Stripes 
to fly," the captain states in his report, " and having raised the 
British flag would not take it down on my own vessel." The 
demand was repeated, more threats were made by the crowd, and 
finally the officer said that he would hold the vessel and would 
not give the captain clearance unless he lowered his colours ; 
and so, although refusing 'to lower the flag on the threats of 
force, he was compelled to do so in order to get his clearance. 
A statement of the matter as made in a Minute of Council i 
communicated by the Governor General to the British Ambassa- 
dor at Washington, with a request that it should be brought to 
the attention of theXJnited States authorities. This was done, and 
an inquiry took place at which it was shown that Captain Simmons 
was in error as to the name of the officer who made the threat 
to refuse him clearance, and the officer also denied that he 
made such 'a threat. Collector Roth, who conducted the 
inquiry for the Secretary of the Treasury, stated in hia report 
that while he was of opinion that the officer had acted unwiself 
in asking the captain to lower his flag, he was sure from. 
the captain's account given to himself " that he did not In WW 
the flag by reason of anything that Torpy said to him, but thafr 
he thought to save himself trouble from the mob on the 
that he Anally lowered the flag." In giving to the Briliah 
Minister the explanation of the occurrence offered by 
An sKpresBion United States official, Acting Secretary of State Loomis wrots: 
"^fn^i- " This incident, arising out of what seems to have been am 

derstanding, is to be greatly regretted. The Department hopoB 

however that Collector Roth's statement will sufficiently indi- 

^ cftte that the deputy collector's action, although perhaps 

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EVENTSOF THE YEAR, xxxfli 

thid expression of regret by the United States J )epai'tment 
of State it was felt that no good purpose would be served 
by further correspondence on the subject, and a Minute of 
Council approving this decision was communicated to the 
Ambassador at Washington. 

A proposal of certain citizens of Detroit in the state of 
Michigan to remove the hulls of three British battUjships which British 
were sunk in the river Thames by General Proctor in the yearaunk in 
1813, with a view to placing them as trophies of victory in ^*^*"**" 
Belle Isle park, in United States territory, came before the in rij?ht of 
Canadian Government in August through the provincial archiv- Crown. 
isjt of Ontario. The Minister of Justice, to whom the matter 
was referred, was of opinion that the hulls of the battleships in 
question are vested in His Majesty in right of his imperial 
crown, but not in right of the Dominion. The question was 
referred to the Colonial Secretary for the consid(^ration of His 
Majesty's Government, with the request that the minister might 
be empowered to take suitable action to prevent the removal of 
the hulls should steps be taken to carry out the reported 
intention. In a despatch of November 2 the Colonial Secre- 
tary said he was advised that the hulls of the battleships are 
vested in His Majesty, and he expressed the opinion that the 
Canadian Government would no doubt take such measures ag 
might be necessary to prevent their removal from Canadian 
territory. Since then, in response to a reciuest, the Dominion 
Government has been authorized to take steps to remove the 
hulls so as to ensure their better preservation. 

The National Transcontinental Hail way consists of two 

divisions, the Eistern from Winnipe": to M<mcton, and thcrr'^^"*"*^^. 
' ^ ^ ^ ° ' IranHconti- 

Western from Winnipeg to the Pacific Ocean. The first of nental 

Kffliilwav 
these is under construction })y a Government Commission 

known as the Corporation of tlie Co!umissioners of the Transcon_ 

tin ntal Railway, and the second by the Grand Trunk Pacific 

Railway Company. 

Thirty-four survey parties were employed during the year on 

the Eastern division. The length of the location run was 895 Kastpm 

, r , division. 

miles,* in six districts numbered from A to V. The survey of 

section A comprises 58 miles from Moncton to Chipman, 87 

miles of unconnected sections from Chipman to Plaster Rock on 

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Tobique river, and 64 miles from Grand Falls to the Quebec 
Bcontin- boundary. District B was surveyed 328 miles from the Quebec 
Railway, boundary to Au Chat lake on Batiscan river, crossing the St 
Lawrence at Quebec, and 32 miles from La Tuque on the St 
Maurice river west; district C, 21 miles from the Megiskan or 
Bell river west ; and district D, 50 miles from Makamik 
river west. The Makamik is the outlet of a lake of the same 
name in Quebec, and flows southwest into Abitibi lake. In 
district £, north of Nipigon lake, two sections were surveyed, 
one eastward from Hobinson lake 26 miles and one eastward 
from Tunnel lake 12 miles. Section F was surveyed -217 
miles west from Pelican lake to Winnipeg. On 187 miles of 
the Eastern division the maximum grade is 0*4 per hundred feet 
going east and on 41 miles it is 0*6 per hundred feet going 
west. No part of the division bad been put under contract 
during the year. 

Thirty-seven survey parties were employed between Winni- 
era peg and the Pacific coast, and 12 parties on the branch from 
Fort William on lake Superior to the junction with the main 
line at Pelican lake. Between Winnipeg and Edmonton 736 
miles were located, on which the maximum grade going west 
is 0*5 per hundred feet for 141 miles and going east 0*4 per. 
hundred feet for 96 miles. The maximum grade on the Fort 
William branch is 0*4 per hundred feet for 47 miles going east 
and 0*6 per hundred feet for 51 miles going west. On the mun 
line and the branch all grades are fully compensated for curva- 
ture. Surveys on the section from Winnipeg to Portage la 
Prairie had not been completed last year, but that portion of 
the line is not likel}- to reach tlie maximum grade at any point - 
in either direction. A section of 275 miles on the main line 
between Portage la Prairie and Touchwood Hills was placed i 
under contract during the year, together with the whole of the 
Fort William branch. Construction work began on the main. ^ 
line in August and on the branch in November, and at the end 
of the year grading was completed on 55 miles. 

The Grand Trunk Pacific Bailway Company has selected foi ' 
ic the Pacific terminus of the railway Prince Rupert, situated on 

Kaien island, off the Tsimpsean peninsula, and about half 
way between the mouth of Skeena river and the Portland 
canal, but the choice awaits conftvmatiou by the Government. - 



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EVENTS OF THE YEAR, 

'was selected by the Company on account of its natural 
.vantages as a harbour with safe and easy access to the ocean 
rough Dixon entrance, a wide channel * between Prince of 
'ales island and the Queen Charlotte islands. A terminus at 
la point would also, it is claimed, facilitate the opening up 

a new and undeveloped portion of British Columbia, and 
ford the shortest possible distance to the Orient. 

A further step in Imperial penny postage was taken last 

lar when an arransrement was concluded between the British I™P«rial 

. . penny 

Dvernment and the Government of Australia, under which the i)osta^e. 
amnion wealth Postal Administration will admit without sur- 
large letters posted in the United Kingdom or any British 
ilony or possession, postage on which has been prepaid at the 
yte of one penny per half ounce. This reduction however will 
yt at present apply to letters from Australia, postage on which 
ill be at the rate of two pence per half ounce. 

In view of the difficulty experienced in establishing the na- 

onality of claimants when British claims came up for examina- Registration 
^ ... . at British 

on before the Venezuelan Claims Commission, the Imperial consulates 
rovemment has decided to encourage as much as possible the 
ractice of registration at British consulates abroad, especially 
1 the case of British subjects in Central and South America. 
Tnder the new regulation (March 18, 1905) every British sub- 
ict is entitled, should he so desire, to register himself at a 
>ritish consulate upon establishing his claim to the satisfaction 
B tiie consular officer, and to obtain a cerbificato of registration ; 
od an applicant of European descent who claims nationality 
Q the ground of birth within British dominions, and produces 
ttisfactory evidence of his identity and British nationality, is 
Lso entitled to registration and the protection which it affords, 
c British subject possessed of double nationality is entitled to 
^gistratioh in his country of origin, even though he may not be 
ntitled to protection. 

There were fewer industrial disputes in Canada during the 
ear 1905 than in any of the previous years of the decade, the Industrial dis" 
>tal number being 87 as compared with 104 in 1901, 123 in [he year. 
902, 160 in 1903 and 103 in 1904. The most serious and im- 
^rtant industrial dispute during the year was the stnke ol co«\ 
iners in the employ of the Western Fuel Company at '^axiaVwvo, 



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THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1906. 



Industrial 
disputeR. 



B.C., which commenced on June 1 and continued until Septem 
ber 30, on which day a settlement was effected through the in- 
tervention of the Deputy Minister of Labour, Mr. Mackenzie 
King. The strike aifected directly between 700 and 800 miners, 
there being a loss in wages alone of $300,000 during the time 
of its continuance. It had the effect of temporarily paralyzing 
all business in the city of Nanaimo and of seriously afiRscting 
different interests throughout the whole of Vancouver island 
and parts of British Columbia. Under the settlement effected 
an agreement covering conditions of employment for a period of 
two years was signed by both parties. Another important 
strike settled during the yejir through the intervention of the 
Deputy Minister of Labour under the Conciliation Act was a 
strike of street railway employees at Cornwall, Ontario, which 
commenced on Juno 28 and was settled on July 3. Nineteen 
out of the 87 disputes were in the building trades, 13 in the 
metal trades, 12 in mines and mining works and 11 in the 
clothing industry. In 30 cases the disputes wore for increase of 
wages, in 9 for employtnent of particular persons, and in eight 
each for reduction in wag'^s and conditions of employment. 
All except one of the 87 disputes were terminated either through 
(hjfinite settlements being reached or through industrial con- 
ditions ceasing to be affected by them. 



I 



Change of 
fJovernmen 
in Ontario. 



After a political innings of thirty -three years the provincial 
Liberal party in Ontario wasrlefeated by a large majority at the 
general elections of January 20. With Edward Blake aa 
Premier the Liberals entered upon their long career of local 
government in December, 1871. In the following year, as a 
consequence of the alx)lition of dual representation in the 
Federal Parliament, Mr. Blake resigned and was succeeded as 
Premier l)y Oliver Mowat, who also took the portfolio of At- 
torney General. From October 2:5, 1872, to July 9, 1896, a 
period of twenty -four years, Mr. Mowat guided the affairs of the 
province, when as Sir Oliver he withdrew to accept the portfolio 
of Justice under the leadership of Sir Wilfrid Laurier at Ottawa. 
Arthur Sturgis Hardy then became Premier and Attorney 
(xeneral of Ontario and continue 1 until October 17, 1899, when 
he retired on account of failing health. G'^orge W. Ross fol- 
lowed as PnMnier and Treasurer, and resigned upon the defeat 
of his Governnumt at the January elections. James Pliny 
Whitney, leiuler of the Liberal Conservative party, became 



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EVENTS OF THE YEAR. xxxvii 

Premier on 8th February, and in a house of 98 members bo has 
a majority of nearly forty. 

The [boundary between Newfoundland and the province 
of Quebec in the Labrador peninsula has been in a condition of Tin* Ljibriulor 
dispute for the last four years, owing to the disposal of an boundary. 
extensive timber license on both sides of Hamilton river by th<i 
(TOvernment of Newfoundland to a company carrying on pulp 
and lumber operations there. The intervention of the Canadian 
Government in the matter was sought b}' the Quebec CJovern- 
jient, and the correspondence shows a wide difference of claims. 
In A-ugust, 1 903, the Colonial Secretary suggested to the Cana- 
diahOov ernment the taking of steps to obtiiin a legal decision 
on thf. matter^^and at the request of the (Government of Quebec 
representations have been made to the Colonial Secretary with 
a view to h?iving the questions in dispute referred for hearing 
to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council. To this pro- 
posal the Newfoundland Government ha^j replied that before 
they are called upon to decide as to the couise of action to be 
pursued they should be furnished with a statement in detail of 
the grounds upon which the Government of Canada has baseil 
its appeal to His Majesty's Government in relation to the 
Labrador boundaiy. *' For it is possible/' they say, " that a 
consideration of the same may obviate the necessity for an 
appeal to the Privy Council or other tribunal." And there for 
the present the matter rests. 

By royal warrant of 10th May directed to the Duke of Nor- 
folk, hereditary marshal of England, there was granted for the Armorial en- 
province of Manitoba, to be born(3 on seals, shields, banners, ^I^JJJ* ^^^^ ^"'' 

Ha^s or otherwise according to the J^iiws of Arms, the arraoriU I'rince Kd- 

. u n • XT ¥■» 1 i> /v 1 ward iRiaiid. 

en-«igns following : ** Vert on a Hock a IJutialo statant i)roper, 

on a Chief Argent the Cross of St. (ieorgo. " IJy warrant of 

30th May there was also granted for the j)rovince of Prince 

Kd ward Tsland the armorial ensigns following: '* Argent (m 

an Island Vert, to the Sinister an Oak Tree fructed, to the 

Dexter j thereof three Oak Saplings sprouting all proper, on a 

Chief Gules a Lion Passant Guardant Or. " 

The following acts passed by th(^ Legislature of P>ritish Co- 
lumbia were disallowed by the Go\ .or (general in Council ]>i.oviiuial 
upon the advice of the Minister of Justice: An act passed in Aj'*^"/?!"' 



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xxxviii THE CANADA YEAR BOOR 1905. 

1904 to regulate immigration into British Columbia (Jan. 20). 
An act further to amend the Coal Mines Regulation Act^ 
also an act to regulate immigration into British Columbia; also 
an act relating to employment on works carried on under fran- 
chise granted by private acts ; also an act further to amend the 
Supreme Court Act (Nov. 13). 

For solemn and public acknowledgment the 26th of October 

Thanksgiving was appointed by proclamation of the Governor General in 

Council to be observed as a day of thanksgiving to Almighty 

God for the bountiful harvest and other blessings with which 

Canada had been favoured during the year. 

Three vacancies in the Senate occurred by death during the 
The year. The cenbennarian member of that chamber, David Wark 

of Fredericton, N. 13., died August 20. He was born February 
19, 1804, and was called to the Senate in 1867. Thomas 
Reuben Black of Amherst, N. S., died September 14. He 
was born October 16, 1832. George Taylor Fulford of. 
Brockville, Ontario, was fatally injured in an automobile acci- 
dent. He was born August 8, 1852, and died October 15, 1905. 
The only member called to the Senate in 1905 was Hon. 
William Ross of Halifax. 

Four members of the House of Commons died during the 
The House year, namely : Edward F. Clarke of Centre Toronto on 3rd. ' 
March, Hon. James Sutherland of North Oxford on 3rd May, 
L. J. Demers of Levis on ii9th April, and T. G. Johnston of West 
Lambton on 4th July. 

New members elected were: Arthur Lachance for Quebec 
C3ntre, E. B. Devlin for Wright, Edmund Bristol for Centre 
Toronto, Louis August Carrier for liCvis, George Smith for 
North Oxford, Hon. A. B. Aylesworth for North York, William 
Chisholm for Antigonish and F. F. Pardee for West Lambton. 

( )ld members re-elected were : R. L. Borden for Carleton, 
Ontario, Hon. Frank Oliver for Edmonton, Hon. C. S. Hyman 
for London, and E. D. Smith for Wentworth. 

Jan. 7. Albert Malouin of the city of Quebec, a puisne 
Judicial judge of the Superior Court for the province of Quebec, in the 

nicnts. room and stead of Hon. Phili})pe August Chocjuette, resigned. 

Jan. 13. Hon. Robert Linton A\'eatherbee of Halifax, one of 
the puisne judges of the Supreme Co\xv\, vii ^qvw Sootia, to be 



EVENTS OF THE YEAB. xi 

iet' justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, in the room 
id st^od of Hon. James McDonald, reBigned. 

Fob, 10. Hon. John Idiugton of Toronto, one of the jaatioeB Judicial 
E the High Court of Justice for Ontario, to be n puisnd judge ^K'JJ,"' 
>ltha Supreme Court of Canada, 

Feb. 10, Roger Conger Clute of Toronto, barristar-at-la.w, to 
M It judge of the Supreme Court of Judicature for Ontario, 
\ jiutice of the High Court of Justice for Ontario and a niem- 
»r of the Excheiiuer Divisiou of the said court. 

June 13. Hon. John Wilherforce Lon^ley of Halifax, Attor. 
»y General of Kova Scotia, to be a puisne judge of the 
hlpreme Court of Nova Scotia in the room and atead of Hon. 
tob^t Linton Weatherbee, appointed ahief justice, 

July 31. Lawrence John Cannon of the city of Quebec to be 
< puianta judge of the Superior Court of the province of 
laebec. 

Aug. 24. Thomas G. Mathrara of Winnipeg to be a puisne 
indge of the Court of King's Bench for Slanitoba in the I'uom 
Ind stead of John Panjuliar Bain, deceased. 

Out. 5. Hon. James Mcl>ennan of Toronto, one of the 
jodgw of the Court of Appeal for Ontario, appointed to he a 
ym^ judge of the Supreme Court of Canada, in the room and 
fllMd of Hon. Justice Nesbitt, resigned. 

Oot. 16. Hon, Sir William Mulock to be judge of the 
Iwipteme Court of Judicature for Ontario, a justice of the High 
;Cottrtof Justice for OntJirio, and a member of and president of 
jww Exchequer Division of the High Court of Justice for 

witerio, with the title of Chief Justice of the Exchequer 
|KTiiion, 

\ Nov, II. Hon. Richard Martin Mei-edith, a judge of the 
tftpreae Court of Judicature for Ontario, a justice of the High 
[Atrt of Justice for Ontario and a member of the Chancery 
Iwrision of the said High Court of Justice, to be a justice of 
Ule Uourt of Appeal in the room and stead of Hon. James 
McLennan, resigned. 

Sov. 18. JanieB Pitt Mabee, of Toronto, to be a judge of the 
fnpreme Court of Judicature for Ontario, a justice of the High 
Joart of Justice and a member of the Chancery Division of the 
kid High Court of Justice. 

JW»y 27, William Wallace Burns Mclnnea of Nanaimo. B.C., Lim.tenHut 
»mster, to be Commissioner of the Yukon territory in tho Governors. 
noxa and stead of Frederick Tennyson Congdon, resigned. 



^ 



xt THE CAS A DA YEA R ROOK iOtiS. 

•luly '24. Gi'orije Hh-Hov Vioirs Hulyea of Re^aa, to be 

L.^c-i-c^i.: trom 1st Septeinl'-r Lieutenant Governor of the province of 

July 24. Anuik-e Kiirnaniiel Forget, of Rf'gina, to be from 
I>t ?H?p:oru^<»r Liouli-nani Guvern«.ir of the province of Sas 



'.f. -rrz'.r 






katohow.in. 



M 4V 22. C^iciiiL'S Sinich Hviiian, a member of the kin<;'8 
M-.L-rr-.' P:i\v C oiK-il f«irCniadA, t.» in? Minister of Public Works in 
•.he rxv.ii ii!ii.i steal of H iii .TaLiieii Sutherland, deceased. 

'Jo:. 1 .*. A': "on nri<tol Av'e? vorth. a member of the king's 
P:-ivy C "!:•':! f«". Ci:::iJ.i. i-^ l>e Po<tma:?ter General of Canada 
::i :".- r--'. -.r. ..:i i <>m : •.'! iVr" Hon. ?fir William ^lulcck, 

■ ■ 

-Jiir. 7. -^i ■- ^ H;:;:y A<h i-'Aii '.'f Wijinir-?^. to be a member 
: : \o L' ■■. . !ii ■"<''■. :; : • ■ i ::■ : .: : :\ : i. :• • n :i i i-er. »rt u pon questions 
.••-v::!;c ::i; ::.i:>i. r:av. -r. v f C:i :;:•.' iiaii vix^iuctsto the markets 
z : ■ . . u .::■;• : ; . .^ .: ^ * ; ;i » . .. L uy C.i : la i i .i :i {> • r t*, etc. , in the room 
a • : ^ : c .1 -i y-i J . ". ; : ; B-: r : vx i\\ , tls* ^ . > i -:ce:i*oi.i . 

J:r.-.. '. J..:vr< T. \l.t'o-v ot !• ivn-io. liar^ ister-at-law, and 
I .. v, : > C. \> : o ^ : '.'"aw ,». . ^ : \ • ' v : ;: ' iirrr r . to be members of the 
I : I : t v V- a: : ^^ :;,i ". *.\ - v : ?^ : r. : o i:i •'■e>: :;;.'* :e and report upon the 

■ M.::.i::io:> a:\/. -.i^os o: :/.-.* *■ i.:ers .id" • cent to the boundary line 
\'rr:\\z\i\ r:' ;. r.i.o-.i S:a:o> .iiia Car. via, William Frederick 
Iv :^. ,' :r :' .i<::' v. ".e". w :i> .:v:«, ::::tvi a member of the Com- 

k L 

■ — :: • \ ' '. - ;-. I* •: :" '. l\-.vui,er ?. l!}04. 
y .\ • v: ». ■ ■;• : i\- •.• :" Ortiiwa. tobetheGiief 

-> ■ • ■ . ' ■. . : iv:".-.iy Commissioners in the 
■ . ^'- •' I: ■■. V". •- '■' ij;. .—t Hl-iir, r«$i«rnod. 

■ .: ^ W'.., H-.c .- : :>.e joutitv court of the 

m 

: Y -X. ■:.■■, . v\ V. -. >.>:;:: :r to inquire into and 
• ■. • • '.:.:.,:. .s > • :■.:. ct^'.. of alieos And the dis- 
:^ : / -. I i V N V-. .^ • i .: c :vs.:c:.:> of Canada, bv the 

1 1.. « -«■•■■. *^| ....... 

; ■• » • V .■. • ■, . V. ^...feii.. .%. 

S ■ N ■ ■ ■■. v.;-: . : :1 ; city of Quebec, to 
. ■ .■..:: .■'.■•.'■.:•. -i of the Commis 

-■.,■. ' i-. •■. :!t:^ rvHHn and stead 



•«« 



^ . ■ . 



^' v ■ ■: V ^ ■< . Novu ^vtia, tobe 



V ■ > - . .^ :: -: rv of i he Trans 
\ -i Xltced Brunet 



> .r. .V 



EVhSTS OF THE YEAR, 

Aug. 24. Frederick White of Ottawa, comptroller of theCoiumie- 
Northwest Mounted Police, to be Commissioner of the North- ®*®'*^"- 
west territories to administer the government thereof under 
the provisions of the Northwest Territories Act, 1905. The 
district of K«*ewatin, which had formerly been under the 
administration of the Lieutenant Crovernor of Manitoba, was by 
Order in Council of July 24 re-annexed to the Northwest terri- 
tories and made subject to the same governaient and laws as the 
territories. • 

Nov. 18. George C. Gibbons of London, barrister-at-law, to 
he chairman of the Canadian section of the International 
Waterways Commission, in the room and stead of James P. 
Mabee, resigned. 

Jan. 9. Hon. Raoul Dandurand of Montreal, member of the Official ap- 
Senate for the electoral di\-ision of DeLorimier, to be Speaker l^>"^™^"ts. 
of the Senate of Canada. 

Jan. 12. Hon. Lawrence Geoffrey Power, a member of the 
Senate and a senator for the province of Nova Scotia, to be a 
member of the king's Privy Council for Canada. 

Jan. 12. Napoleon Antoine Belcourt of Ottawa, a member of 
the House of Commons, to be a member of the king's Privy 
Council for Canada. 

July 22. John Fraser of Ottawa, chief clerk in the Depart- 
ment of Finance, to be Auditor General of Canada from 1st 
August, in the room and stead of John Lome McDougall, 

resigned. 

jN^ov. 18. Thomas C6te of Ottawa, to be secretary of the 

Canadian section of the International Waterways Commission, 

to date from 20th February. 

A. B. 



D — Y.B. 



I. TABLES COMPILED 



FROM CENSUS REPORTS 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table i. Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race and religion. 



Classes. 




1901, 



Canada. 



Population . 



By sex — 

Male . . . 
Female , 



By conjugal state — 

Single 

Married 

Widowed 

Divorced 



By birthplace — 

Canada 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. . . 

Quebec . .... 

The Territories ... 

Unorganized Territories. 

Not given 

British Islands 

England , 

Ireland 

Scotland 

Wales 

Lesser isles 

British possessions 

Australasia 

India 

Newfoundland 

Other possessions 

Austria- Hungary 

Belgium and Holland 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Iceland 

Italy 

Japan 

Norwajr and Sweden 

Rumania 

Russia 

Switzerland 

Turkey and Syria 

United States 

Other countries 

At sea 

Not given 



3,485,761 



1,764,311 
1,721,450 



2,283,003 

1,085,376 

117,382 



2,892,763 



1, 
1, 



245,068 
360,832 
138,794 

147,664 
405 



486,376 

144,999 

219,451 

121,074 
1 

852 
9,696 



7,768 

1,928 

102 



2,899 
24,162 

218 

588 

416 



64,447 

1,836 

430 

1,828 



4,324,810 



2,188,854 
2,135,956 



2,784,396 

1,380,084 

160,330 



3,715,492 

32,275 

19,590 

288,265 

420,088 

1,467,988 

101,047 

1,327,809 

58,430 



470,906 

169,504 

185,526 

115,062 
1 



814 
7,329 



4,596 
2,733 



4,389 
25,328 

777 

2,076 

6,376 



77,753 

7,670 

380 

6,334 



4,833,239 



2,460,471 
2,372,768 



3,053,392 

1,588,055 

191,792 



4,185,877 

37,153 

56,430 

300,621 

433,696 

1,728,731 

106,103 

1,462,293 

60,850 



477,735 
219,688 
149,184 

107,594 

1 

1,269 
12,517 



9,336 
3,181 



9,129 

5,381 
27,752 

2,795 

7,827 

9,917 



80,915 

9,582 

321 

3,491 



5,371,315 



2,751,708 
2,619,607 



3,312,593 

1,833,043 

225,018 

661 



4,671,815 

60,776 

110,742 

317,062 

442,898 

1,928,099 

105,629 

1,620,482 

65,784 

6,969 

13,374 

390,019 

201,285 

101,629 

83,631 

2,518 

956 

15,864 

991 

1,076 

12,432 

1,365 

28,407 

2,665 

17,043 

2,075 

7,944 

27,300 

6,057 

6,854 

4,674 

10,256 

1,066 

31,231 

1,211 

1,579 

127,899 

2,188 

339" 

14,829 



^ot given. 



CEtraUB STATISTICS. 

POPULATION. 

Table i. Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race and raligioi 






Cahao, 
By race or origin'— 
Britieb 

Engliah 

IriA 

Scotoh 

Others. 

Auatro-Hungkma 

Chineae »nd Japaneie. 
Dutch 

Gamuui 

iDdiao&ndh. b... . 

ItBliM 

Negro... 

ScsudiDaTian 

Ruisiao 

Other r«c«« 

Not Hpenfied . . ' 



AdventUt 

Anglican 

Agnostic 

Baptist 

Brethren* 

BuddhiKt 

C&tholic, Greek 

Catholic, Boman . ■ 
Christian Scientist. . 

Confucian 

CoQ^regaCionaliBt . . , 



Doukhobor. 

Evangelical 

Friends (Quaker) , 

Holiness (Homerite) 

Jewish 

Latter Day Saints (Motmoa) 

Luthtran 

Menntmite 

Methodist 

£»«»'' ■ 

Presbjitervan. 

Salvation Ann]'. 

Unitarian 

United Brethren (Moravian). 

Universalist. 

Other sects 

Not given 



37,W!J 
17,065 

1891. ' Including Plymouth Brethren 



2,110, S02 
706.369 
846,414 
H9,94fl 

7,773 



2<l,662 
1,082.040 
202,991 



3,548,614 
881,301 

997,403 



12,9111 
1,992, Cf17 



46,360 

l!l,234 

742,981 

4,478 

876,165: 

2,126' 



26,018! 
86,76.t, 

and TuDkers. 



3,063,196 

1,260,899 
988,721 
800,1M 
13,421 
18,178 
22,060 
33,846 
1,649,371 
310,601 
127,932 



3,613 
316,477 - 
12.S16 
10,407 



31,797 . 
916,88*; 

16,107 
842, 4«2 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 

Table i. Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race and religion. 



Glasses. 




1901. 



British Columbia.^ 



Population 

By sex — 

Male 

Female 

By conjugal state- 
Single 

Married 

Widowed 

. Divorced , . . 



By birthplace — 

Canada . . . . 

British Islands . . 

British possessions. . 

Austria-Hungary 

China 

Germany 

Italy 

Japan 

Norway and Sweden . 

Russia 

United States 

Other countries 

At sea 

Not given 

By race or origins- 
British 

Austro-Hungarian . . 
Chinese and Japanese 

French 

Geruian 

Indian and h.b 

Italian ... .7 

Rubsian 

Scandinavian 

Other races 

Not given 

By religion — 

Anglican 

Baptise , . 

Catholic, Roman . . . 
Congregationalist .... 

Jewish 

Lutheran ... 

I^thodist 

• .J Ul 



/: ''iPy tenan 

Vi'"'^ion Am y 
'^^^Nects.... 
^*gen 



'^ ^hken ID 1871. ^ Not taken in 1891. 



49,459 



29,503 
19,956 



31,797 

15,821 

1,841 



34,957 

5,793 

201 



344 

78 

170 

32 

2,295 

4,827 

11 

751 



14,660 

4,350 

916 

858 

25,661 

143 

48 

236 

905! 

1,682: 



7,804 

434 

10,043 

75 

104 

491 

3,516 

437 

4,095 

3,329 
19,131 



98,173 



63,003 
35,170 



61,051 

33,620 

3,502 



56,851 

20,165 

944 

8,910 
904 
560 

1,065 

316 

6,567 

1,742 

37 

112 



23,619 

3,090 

20,843 

775 

277 

2,083 

14,: 98 

15,284 

298 

1,390 

16,216 



178,657 



114,160 
64,497 



110,367 

62,519 

5,682 

89 



99,612 

30,630 
1,843 
1,151 

14,576 
1,478 
1,470 
4,515 
2,742 
1,007 

17,164 

2,007 

38 

424 



106,403 
1,377 

19,482 
4,600 
5,807 

28,949 
1,976 
1,143 
4,880 
2,650 
1,390 



40,689 
6,600 

33,639 
1,198 

mi 

5,335 
25,047 

5,139 

34,081 

570 

20 902 

5;003 



0ES8UB STATISTWa. 
POPULATION. 
Sex, oonjagHl stste, birthplkoe, raoe »ud religion. 



CIVMB. 


■ 1871.. 




1891. 


IBOl. 


Mknitobk.' 


* 


65,964 

37,207 

28,747 

43,014 
21.491 
1,449 

48,993 

81 

220 

121 
6,661 

79£ 

VK 

9.949 

8,662 

1,023 

24 

18 

6,767 

602 

630 

14,297 

1.673 

''« 

33 

984 

?:S 

2.173 

"■IS 


162,606 

84,342 
68,164 

100.070 

48:886 
3.660 

108.017 

28,036 

268 

474 
867 

3,746 
6.2B1 

3.063 
1.6M 

169 

30.862 
16,107> 

20,671 
i;8]6 
713 
6,645 

28,437 

39.001 

3.61! 
^824 




By«x- 








By conjugsl bUW- 




























Auaria-Hur^ry. 


11.670 


icdS^*!"!:: 


aim 

6:403 


RU-Bi» 

United StaWa 


8.864 
6.922 


By race or origin^— 


611 






Flinch 

German 


16,021 
27,265 










Jewish 

Indianond h. b 


1.614 
16.277 


BapH^:::':::::;:;:'::;::. :.';;:;;::::: 

Catholic, Greek 

J^^S?^ 

Latberan 

MethodiBt 


i:261 

44.922 
9,186 
7.899 
36,672 
1,884 
L497 
18,642 
49,936 
16,246 


Preabyteiian 

Other«ect« 

Not given 


65.348 

6,168 
697 



* Imfludiog lleniKnoSe*. ^ "SsAnA^^. "« 



6 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table i. Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race and religion. 



Glasses. 




1901. 



New Brunswick. 



Population .• 

By sex- 
Male 

Female 

By conjugal state — 

SfKl?-; •. 

Marned 

Widowed 

Divorced 



By birthplace- 
Canada 

British Islands. 

British possessions . . 

Denmark 

Germany 

Norway and Sweden 

Russia 

Turkey and Syria . . , 

United States 

Other countries. . 

At sea and not given 

By race or origin^ — 

British 

Dutch ... 

French 

German , 

Indian and h. b 

Italian 

Jewish , 

Negro 

Russian 

Scandinavian 

Other races 

Not given 

By religion — 

Adventist 

Anglican 

Baptist 

Brethren 

Catholic, Ron ^ an ... 
Congregationali st. . . 

Disciple 

Jewish 

Lutheran 

Methodist . . . . . . 

Presbyterian 

Salvation Army 

Other sects 

Not given 



285,594 



145,888 
139,706 



188,782 
86,283 
10,529 



245,735 

32,366 

2,561 

246 

87 
9 

4,088 
387 
125 



226,195 

6,004 

44,907 

4,478 

1,403 

40 

3 

1,701 

1 

200 

289 

373 



711 

45,481 

70,595 

4 

96,0161 

1,193 

48 

82 

29,856 

38,852 

2,364 
392 



321,233 



164,119 
157,114 



209,934 
98,703 
12,596 



289,965 

24,740 

393 

203 

444 

6 

5,108 
151 
223 



245,974 

4,373 

56,635 

6,310 

1,401 

59 

22 

1,638 

26 

932 

338 

3,525 



738 

46,768 

81,092 

164 

109,091 

1,372 

1,476 

55 

324 

34,514 

42,888 

1,491 
1,260 



321,263 



163,739 
157,524 



205,357 

102,388 

13,518 



299,154 

16,319 

425 

193 
485 

27 

4,278 
254 
128 



715 

43,095 

79,634 

249 

115,961 

1,036 

1,003 

73 

377 

35,504 

40,639 

993 

821 

1,163 



331,120 



168,639 
162,481 



207,020 

109,055 

14,965 

80 



313,178 
10,226 
680 
302 
130 
182 
215 
134 
5,477 
317 
279 



237,524 

3,663 

79,979 

3,816 

1,465 

60 

395 

1,368 

68 

1,292 

504 

986 



1,124 

41,767 

80,874 

257 

125,698 

1,040 

1,637 

376 

196 

36,973 

39,496 

606 

1,435 

641 



Not taken in 1891. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



POPULATION. 
Table i. Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race and religion. 




Nuva Scotia. 



Population , 

By sex — 

Male 

Female . . 



By conjugal state- 
Single 

Married 

Widowed 

Divorced 



By birthplace — 

Canada 

British Islands. 

British possessions . . . 

France . 

Germany 

Norway and Sweden 

Rut>8ia. 

Turkey and Syria. . . . 

United States 

Other countries 

At sea 

Not given 

By race or origin' — 

British 

Dutch 

French 

Grerman , 

Indian and h. b 

Jewish 

Negro 

Russian 

Scandinavian 

Other races 

Not given 

By religion — ^ 

Adventist 

Anglican 

Baptist , 

Brethren 

Catholic, Roman 

Congp'egationalist. . . 

Disciple 

Jewisn 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Salvation Army 

Other sects 

Not given 



887,800 



193,792 
194,008 



254,617 

118,445 

14,738 



366,350 

25,954 

3,643 

120 

235 

58 

6 

2,239 

150 

47 

98 



308,224 

2,868 

32,833 

31,942 

1,666 

6,212 

28 

283 

2,218 

1,526 



869 

56,124 

73,430 

59 

102,001 

2,538 



4,958 

40,871 

103,539 

3,058 
1353 



440,672 



220,638 
220,034 



286,827 

135,654 

18,091 



412,589 

21,321 

2,518 

222 

254 

114 

10 

3,004 

225 

45 

270 



342,238 

2,197 

41,219 

40,065 

2,125 

32 

7,062 

30 

556 

2,707 

2,341 



1,536 

60,255 

83,761 

218 

117,487 

3,506 

1,826 

19 

5,639 

50,811 

112,488 

1,408 
1,618 



450,396 



227,093 
223,303 



286,143 

143,426 

20,827 



423,890 

17,387 

4,302 

200 

233 

245 

43 

3,238 

639 

28 

191 



1,651 

64,410 

83,108 

256 

122,452 

3,112 

1,728 

31 

5,882 

54,195 

108,952 

1,377 

1,011 

2,231 



459,674 



238,642 
225,932 



284,522 

162,485 

22,476 

91 



436,172 

10,889 

6,726 

266 

229 

218 

230 

214 

4,394 

726 

32 

479 



359,064 

2,941 

45,161 

41,020 

1,629 

449 

6,984 

74 

696 

2,049 

507 



1,494 

66,107 

83,233 

142 

129,578 

2,938 

1,412 

437 

6,572 

57,490 

106,381 

1,251 

1,996 

543 



1 Not taken in 1891. 



TEE OASADA TBAB BOOK 190S. 
POPULATION. 
Table i. Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race aod religion. 



Claseea. 


isn. 


1881. 


1891. 


1901. 


Ontario. 

Maae 

Female 

By oonjogal aUte- 


1,620,861 

828,690 
792,261 

1,059,682 
608,197 
62,972 

1.178,610 
368,116 

32,821 

29i 
43,406 
31379 
1,878 

1.333,012 
19,992 
75,383 
168,608 
12,980 
301 
48 

"■S 

686 
1,473 

4,608 

330,996 

76,192 
14,640 
274,162 

12,858 

7,106 

618 

32,399 

462,264 

366,442 

38,642 
13,849 


1,933,229 

976,470 
946,768 

1,232,866 
619.037 
71,326 

1,493,609 

361,643 

21261 

23.270 

■Wf 

46, 4W 
3,802 
2,467 

1,518,030 

22,163 

102,743 

188,394 

16,326 

687 

254 

12.097 

787 

1.621 

8:959 

27,268 

366.539 
93.222 
21.172 

320,839 
16,340 
16.051 
6,307 

i.m 

37,901 

691.503 

1,499 

417,749 

19,948 
12,965 


2.114,821 

1,069.487 
1.044,834 

1.330,396 
700;868 
88,067 

2,988 
23,440 
1,414 
1.161 
43.702 
6,466 
2;409 

385,999 
104.SS8 
10.662 
358,300 
16,879 
9.106 
4,360 
2,601 
46,029 

654,033 

453,147 
10.320 
36,189 
24,078 


2,182,94: 

1,096,640 
1,086.307 

1,310. 4D3 


^Si^rf"::;:::::::::: . . ::;::.:::::.;■ 

Widowed 

Divorotd 

By birthplace- 
Canada 

Britieh IsUnds 

BritiBh paBsessiona 


100.871 

229 

239,873 
2.D» 
18.899 


tt:.:'::;:::.:::.':::'::::*::. ■.::"::- 


.■(.SOI 
S,S73 

44m 


other caiuntririB 


4)844 


By raceororiKin' — 

British 

Dutch 

French. 

German 


1.732,144 
23.280 
158.671 
203,319 
24,665 






JewiBh 

Negro 

RuBsian 

Scandinavian 


4.684 
3,864 
4,664 


Notgiven 

Byteligion- 

Anglican 

Baptist 

Brethren 


367,937 

116,320 

9,6.12 

390,304 


teSI""-"-':,::::.::::.::::: 

Frienda (Quaker) - 

Lutheran 


10.164 
- 1648 
6,321 
4^062 
12,208 


Methodist 

Pagan 

Salvation Army. 

Othersects 

Not givan 


am 

477,386 
6,479 
4i:708 
9,110 



CEN8U8 STATISTICS. 



9 



POPULATION. 
Table i. Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race and religion. 



Glasses. 




1901. 



Prince Edward Island.^ 



Population 

By sex- 
Male 

Female.. 



By conjugal state- 

Single 

Married 

Widowed 

Divorced 



- I 



By birthplace- 
Canada 

British Islands 

British possessions 

France 

Germany 

Italy 

Norway and Sweden . 
Turkey and Syria. . . . 

United States 

Other countries ... 

At sea 

Not g^ven 

By race or origins- 
British 

Dutch 

French 

German ... 

Indian and h b 

Italian 

Jewish 

Negro 

Russian 

Scandinavian 

Other races 

Notg^ven 



_ I 



_ I 



By religion- 
Ad ventist 

Anglican.' 

Baptist 

Catholic, Roman. 
C6nf|[regationalist . 

Disciple 

Jewish 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Preebjrterian 

SalvatioM Army . . 

Other sects 

Not given 



_ I 



108,891 



54,729 
64,162 



74,039 

80,762 

' 4,090 



99,369 

8,080 

734 

15 

Hi 

.9 
11 

609i 
12 
10! 

28 



95,916 

292 

10,751 

1,076 

281 

21 

155 
12 
38 
42 

307 



13 

7,192 

6,236 

47,115 

20 

594 

4 

.13,485 

38,835 

297 
100 



109,078 



54,881 
54,197 



78,153 

31,383 

4,542 



102,662 

5,104 

599 

17 

7 

11 

11 

582 
60 

7 
28 



22 

6,646 

6,261 

47,837 

111 

531! 

li 

3! 

13,596 

33,0721 

180 

675 

243 



103^259 



51,959 
51,800 



67,249 

81,298 

4,698 

14 



99,006 

2,852 

493 

18 

12 

6 

6 

29 

764 

25 

2 

46 



87,883 

242 

13,866 

709 

258 

12 

17 

141 

5 

14 

56 

56 



10 

5,976 

5,905 

45.796 

3 

810 

17 

8 

13,402 

30,750 

116 

442 

24 



1 Not taken in 1871. ^Not taken in 1891. 



10 



THE CAI^ADA TEAR BOOK 1905, 



POPULATION. 
Table i. Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race and religion. 



Glasses. 




1901. 



Quebec. 



Population. 

By sex — 

Male. . . . 
Female . 



By conjugal state- 
Single 

Married 

Widowed 

Divorced 

By birthplace — 

Canada 

British Islands 

British possessions — 

China 

France 

Germany 

Italy. 

Russia 

United States 

Other countries 

At sea.. 

Not given 

By race or origin^ — 

British 

Chinese and Japanese. 

Dutch 

French 

German 

Indian and h. b 

Italian 

Jewish 

Russian 

Scandinavian 

Other races . . . 

Not given 

By religion — 

Adventist , 

Anglican 

Baptist 

Brethren 

Catholic, Greek 

Catholic, Roman 

Con^regationalist 

Jewish 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Other sects 

Not given ^ 



1,191,616 



596,041 
595,476 



779,922 

372,451 

39,143 



1,113,037 

59,941 

1,380 

723 

854 
95 

105 
14,714 

555 
42 
70 



243,041 

798 

929,817 

7,963 

6,988 

531> 

74 

186 

454 

502 

1,164 



3,150 

62,449 

8,681 

672 

2 

1,019,850 

5,240 

549 

496 

34,100 

46,165 

8,701 

1,461 



1,359,027 



678,175 
680,852 



873,727 

436,343 

48,967 



1,282,225 

60,867 

1,148 

2,239 

1,023 

231 

231 

19,415 

953 

30 

665 



260,538 

7 

776 

1,073,820 

8,943 

7,515 

745 

330 

300 

648 

1,300 

4,105 



4,210 

68,797 

8,853 

682 

1,170,718 

5,244 

989 

1,003 

39,221 

50,287 

6,415 

2,608 



1,488,535 1,648,898 



744,141 
744,394 



943,446 

489,431 

55,658 



i; 406,514 

62,298 

2,498 

36 

2,883 

1,371 

638; 

1,0571 

18,524 

2,185i 

31 

500 



3,364! 

75, 4721 

7,981] 

1,139; 

1,291,709; 
4,296 
2,703 
1,385 
39,.544 
52,673] 
5,387 
2,882 



824,454 
824,444 



1,034,172 

650,864 

63,804 

58 



1,560,190 

42,600 

2,648 

1,043 

3,183 

1,543 

1,549 

2,670 

28,405 

3,880 

15 

1,172 



290,169 

1,046 

1,554 

1,322,115 

6,923 

10,142 

2,805 

7,607 

430 

1,3&0 

2,799 

1,958 



3,079 

81,663 

8,4S0 

1,000 

215 

1,429,260 

5,173 

7,498 

1,642 

42,014 

68,013 

9,219 

1,742 



^ Not taken in 1891. 



CSSBUa STATISTICS. 
POPULATION. 
Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race aod religion. 



ClMsaa. 


1871. 


1S81. 


18S1. 


1901. 


The Territoriea.1 














06,446 


66,799 


168,940 


Bysei- 










Male 




28,11; 




87,438 






28,33! 


29.17; 


71,602 


By conjugal atote- 




















MkitimI 




22,27! 


20,1% 














Divorewl 










Bj birthplace— 










<^.„»f)» 




53,886 


47,965 














AuBtria-Hungwy 








13,407 












GemiBoy 






747 


2,170 












Norway and Sweden 






4« 


2.093 




























1,46] 


1,402 
















2,107 


141 


784 


Byraceororigins- 










Brituh 




2,87: 




7*,870 


























2,89( 




7.040 










19.672 


Intlian and h. b 




49,472 










3! 






RuBsian 








17.051 






191 




1.245 


Not given 




»48 




347 


By religion- 














3,166 


14.166 


25,366 






















Catholic, Roman... 




. 4,44; 


13.00ii 


30.073 


asST"-^:..:;::::;::::::::-: 






233 




l«tter Day Sainte (Mormon) 








3:225 






< 


2.67f 


12.097 




















22,161 






36] 




5,275 






531 










70( 


5,74? 


4.744 


Notgii-en 




46,TW 




■LJbW. 



'Not tuten ia 1871. 'Not taktn in 1801, 



THB OASADA TEAR BOOK tWS. 
POPULATION. 
Sex, conjugal state, birthplace, race and religion. 



Olaues. 


1871. 


1881. 


1891. 


1901. 


UnorganUed Tertitoriei" 














- 


33,188 


62,709 


By Bex- 
Male. 

Peioale 


- 


: 


16,169 
1(^009 


?^S 


Byoonju«ri.tat^ 

Singlfl 

Married 

Wid6wed 

DiTorced 1 




18,487 

12,887 
8U 


^1 


Caoada 

British Islands 

AuBtria-Hungaiy 






samao 


ISJ 

1« 

m 

m 

■ m 

1,SSS' 


RuMia. 




6,79 


Other iBuntries r 




Byraceororigin'- 






I 




Aiutro-Hungarian 

Dutch 

French . . 

Indian and h.b 

Italian 


8» 

s 






Not given 


18,7(3 


By religion- 
Anglican 

Baptist 

Catholic, Greek 

r* .as.;:::; :;;.:: ■:.;:;:::■: 






1.800 

2 

178 
fll 

19 
28,782 


36 


jewi^s. /^v.^v^y/^v^v' -^ .'.'.'.'-'- .'.'. 


sr 






Preabyterian 

Ot^!^ie .'.'.'.'.'.'..'.''.'.'. .'..'.' y '.'.V-V.V.'. 
Not given 





'Not taken m 1871-81. " Not taken in 18BV. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



13 



POPULATION. 
Table ii. Ages of the living — Males and Females. 



Age gnx>up8. 




1901. 



Canada. 



males 

• 1 year 

ider 5 years . 
ider 10 years . . 
mder 15 years . 
inder 20 years 
mder 25 years . 
mder 30 years . 
mder 35 years . 
mder 40 years . 
mder 45 years 
mder 50 years,, 
mder 55 years . 
mder 60 years 
mder 65 years 
mder 70 years . 
mder 75 years . 
mder 80 years . 
mder 85 years 
mder 90 years, 
mder 95 years . 
rs and over . . . 



ven 



females ^ 

• 1 year 

ider 5 years. . . 
ider 10 years . 
mder 15 years 
mder 20 years . 
mder 25 yearf. 
mder 30 years . 
mder 35 years . 
mder 40 years . 
mder 45 years . 
mder 50 years, 
mder 55 years . 
mder 60 years . 
mder 65 years . 
mder 70 years, 
mder 75 years . 
mder 80 years . 
inder 85 years 
mder 90 years 
mder 95 years . 
rs and over . . . 



1,764,311 

54,378 

205,166 

248,987 

229,475 

190,687 

161,955 

129,856 

105,105 

88,608 

76,261 

67,475 

56,022 

44,801 

35,522 

28,973 

20,175 

11,448 

5,117 

2,405 

1,023 

882 



1, 



ven 



721,450 

52,170 

197,969 

241,428 

220,682 

195,231 

169,590 

136,183 

106,093 

88,521 

72,171 

62,937 

50,334 

39,822 

29,788 

23,903 

16,721 

9,503 

4,466 

2,143 

977 

818 



2,188,779 

61,704 

238,318 

281,216 

259,154 

237,317 

211,634 

165,339 

131,051 

115,029 

97,807 

86,784 

72,046 

57,379 

52,006 

36,544 

26,158 

16,361 

9,251 

•3,344 

987 

429 

28,921 



2,136,031 

59,473 

230,956 

273,446 

247,728 

239,281 

217,771 

166,236 

129,538 

113,515 

95,537 

82,364 

68,762 

53,027 

45,354 

32,052 

23,453 

14,649 

8,307 

3,151 

1,094 

489 

29,848 



2,460,471 

61,308 

244,807 

297,385 

279,889 

258,325 

?37,144 

194,531 

163,866 

139,899 

118,954 

100,827 

87,861 

66,887 

62,819 

44,717 

32,941 

20,047 

10,798 

4,160 

1,360 

411 

31,535 



2,372,768 

59,149 

238,341 

288,605 

269,287 

254,412 

235,913 

193,115 

155,724 

130,551 

112,085 

94,992 

83,565 

63,089 

57,403 

40,172 

29,906 

17,864 

10,151 

4,390 

1,436 

437 

31,r81 



2,751,708 

66,464 

257,832 

311,134 

295,674 

280,275 

256,981 

216,334 

188,125 

172,553 

152,036 

125,636 

106,107 

82,136 

72,807 

54,497 

39,086 

24,548 

13,090 

4,848 

1,356 

423 

29,766 



2,619,607 

65,116 

253,573 

304,765 

284,666 

272,228 

251,823 

207,051 

174,942 

158,673 

137,822 

113,550 

97,857 

78,535 

68,156 

51,176 

37,294 

23,248 

12,740 

4,990 

1,554 

538 

19,311 




CENSUS STATISTICS. 

POPULATION. 

Table hi. Ages of the Living— Females. 

{e groupa. 1871. 1* 



Total femsJ^B 

Under 1 ytar 

' o undt-r 5 yeaca 

to under 15 yeira , . . 

to under 20 years . . . 

SO to under 26 years... 

36 to under 35 yeara . . . 
" » undar 45 yeara . . 
'jo under 55 years. . . 
lo under 65yetirB . 
sounder 75 yeara, , . 
bo under 85 years. . . 
liGtouniler95yt>arB. .. 

% years and over 

Sol given 






S,802 






I,7.S< 




146t 


3.2(H 






V.tVJt 












aar 


1.416 



B,ie«, 

2,94fi' 

2,870; 
4,119 

2,504 



139,706 
4,119 
16,740 
19,267 
17,434 
16,882 
14,6441 
19,676 
13,199, 
9,397 
6,896' 
3,096' 



7BE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

POPULATION. 

Table hi. Ages of the Living — Males. 

isn. 181 



I 



ToMl niolea. 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 6 yean. 
6 to under 10 yeara . . . 
10 to uodpr IG years . . 
IB to under 20 yetn, 
20 to under 3S years, . 
2R to under 35 yeus. . 
36 to under 45 ;ean , . 
45 to under fiS yeft[». . 
BB to under 65 ymn. . 
65 to under 75 yeus. . 
75 to under 85 yeftra. 
1^ lo under 95 years , , 
SG ye*Ta (ud over . . . 
Nut (riven 



ToMluiklHi 

Under 1 yesr 

1 ti^uBder 5 yeua. . . . 
5 to under 10 yean , . . 
10 to under 16 yiMn. . 
1& to undnr 90 jreut. . . 
SO lo under IB yeu*. . 
t5ta under 3S yeua. . 
Sb to under 46 yeus. 
45 to under 5S yean. . . 
BO to under 65 yean. . 
6A to under 75 yean . . . 
75 to under 85 yean. , 
8C to undn- W yean. , 

95 yean and over 

Not giVQB 



filo under LOjnMn. . . 

to to undf^ IB jtan. . 

IS to nnder » yean. 

90 to under S5 yvan. . 

9D tw nsder 35 j^mn, . 

^ to under U jean. 

1 to uttder B5 y«an. . 

to untlar OS jvan. . 

*u nadn- Tft r****- - 

!,^u»deT 85 reaia. . 

"'a der 8(1 yean. . 



4,079 
3^669: 
3,246 
4,697 
7.387 
8.735; 
3,13n! 
1,043: 



430 

2.072 


1,074 
3;970 


2,MI 














7,45t 








10,60( 








3,045 




1.091 



15,343 
81,585 
16,158 
I2,136> 



9,868 
15,860 
9,610 



4,093 
16,352 
21,008 
19,859 
18,53S 
11.819 
20,963 
16,410 
13,316 



■N." 





^^^^^H CENSUS 
^^^^^" POPULATION. 

Table hi. Ages of the Living — Feuialea. 








Age groups. 


1871- 


1881. 


1891. 


1901. m 




British Columbia.' ' 

Total females 

Pnderlyear 

6to under 10 yearsi; !.!!.' ■-'.■.,■'.■!!.".* .■.'!.■.".■■ 

10 to nnder 15 yea™ 

16 to under 20 years 

ai to under 26 years 

SStonnder 36 years 

ffi to nnder 46 years 

45 to nnder 65 yea™ 

BMnnder65yea™ 

Si to nnder 75 years 

76 to nnder 85 years 

W M under 96 yea™ 


139.706 
4,119 
16,740 
19,267 


'lB,9B6 

439 

1.917 

2,264 

1:754 
1,465 

SZ! 
338 
B2 

S 


36,170 
9W 

fl« 
.1,371 
31204 
3,613 
6,403 
4,079 
2,734 

lUie 

588 


1 

64,497 

1.390 

6,270 

7,269 

5,714 

5,032 

6534 
10,998 

8,050 

3:932 

2,252 

1,060 
304 
35 
11 

6,766 

116,707 
3.676 
14,218 
16,414 
13,958 
12,673 
10,940 

17.393 , 

13,158 

7,6S6 

4,088 

1,999 

626 

90 

11 

109 

162,481 

3,902 
16.960 
19,380 
18,36,'i 
17,724 
16,407 
21,978 
16,984 
13,474 

9,891 

6,153 

2,63<i 
476 
52 






2,912, 677 

28,747. 68,164 
970 2,22c 
3,919 8,844 




Manitoba. I 

ToUfemales 

pifelyear 

Itounderovears 

BWnndmldyeara 




Ulonnder 20 years 

»ton!ider25yeara 

5 to nnder 36 years 

atonnder 45 years 

4S to under Myeani 


^946 
2,870 
4;iI9 
2,504 

^784 
294 
110 
15 

1,70! 

167,114 
4,253 
l(i,906 
20,305 


6,402 

6.694 

10,790 

6;59tt 

3,702 

2,073 

924 

242 

46 

6 

2,738 

157,524 
3,762 
16,626 
19,976 




« to under 65 years.. 

«tonDder75yeB™ 

ratoiinder 86 years, , 

gtutmdw 95 years 

*y«™sndo™r 

"Wpven •.... 

New Brunswick. 
loWlemales 

i^d^jryear, ,:■...:::::■:...■ :■:::■. 

atomderloVears 




U to nnder 30 years 

"launder 35 years 

»KiOnder35yea™ 

"to nnder 45 yea™ 

«toMider65yearB 

Mioimderes years 

»tonnder76yea™ 

SlsUDderBfivea™ 


I5.B83! 17.958' 17,689 
14,644; 16.8921 16,2X3 
19,676 21.6301 21,648 
13,199. 16,653 16,110 
9,3ff7i "i''f*' 12,462 
5,898 7,506 8,659 
3,096' 4,339| 5,190 
1,316' 1,740' 2,001 

) »i 'S 'iS 




»J»Ts«ndover 

Notirii-aQ 




'Kot taken in 1871. 








<J 



14 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905, 



POPULATION. 
Table hi. Ages of the living — Males. 



Age groups. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



1901. 



British Columbia.^ 



Total males 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 6 years. . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years. 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years. 
55 to under 65 years. 
66 to under 75 years . 
75 to under 85 years. 
85 to under 95 years. 
95 years and over . . . 
Not given 



Manitoba.^ 



Total males 

Under 1 year 

1 to^under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years. 
15 to under 20 years. 
20 to under 25 years. 
25 to under 35 years. 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years . 
65 to under 75 years . 
75 to under 85 years. 
85 to under 95 years . 
95 years and over . . . 
Not given 



New Brunswick. 



Total males 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . , 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years , 
15 to under 20 years, 
20 to under 25 years , 
25 to under 35 years. 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years . 
65 to under 75 years . 
75 to under 85 years . 
85 to under 95 years . 
95 yearft and over . . . 
jSfot given 



\ 



• \ 



145,888 

4,417 

16,650 

20,291 

18,484 

15,652 

14,015 

19,263 

13,755 

10,312 

7,000 

4,027 

1,748 

265 

9. 



29,503 

429 

2,072 

2,545 

2,034 

1,746 

2,074 

5,144 

4,800 

,3,361 

1,608 

488 

121 

11 

1 

3,069 



37,207 

939 

3,989 

4,079 

3,669 

3,246 

4,697 

7,327 

3,725 

2,138 

1,043 

393 

111 

29 

1 

1,821 



164,119 

4,486 

17,802 

21,257 

20,201 

18,828 

15,343 

21,585 

16,158 

12,136 

8,498 

5,167 

2,064 

378 

31 

185 



63,003 

1,074 

3,970 

4,089 

3,676 

3.970 

7,458 

16,847 

10,608 

6,021 

3,047 

1,091 

278 

53 

15 

806 



84,342 
2,217 
9,121 

10,117 
7,905 
7,636 
9,858 

15,869 

9,610 

5,259 

2,689 

1,092 

258 

51 

3 

2,768 



163,739 

4,093 

16,352 

21,008 

19,869 

18,63S 

14,819 

20,963 

16,410 

18,316 

^,469 

6,930 

2,379 

4i2 

31 

146 



114,160 

1,274 

6,4^ 

7,680 

6,242 

6,830 

11,064 

26,835 

21,226 

10,587 

4,861 

2,026 

529 

45 

7 

8,447 



138,604 

3,674 

14,454 

16,696 

14,888 

13,498 

13,84' 

28,89b 

17,754 

10,942 

5,425 

2,617 

746 

103 

4 

228 



168,639 



16,444 

20,235 

19^72 

18,966 

16,316 

21,992 

17,381 

14,118 

10,568 

6,634 

2,664 

476 

88 

149 



'Not tAken in 1871. 



CXJf BVB BTATIBTIOB. 

POPULATION. 

Table hi. Ages of the Living — Females. 



Age groups. 


187L 


^^. 


18BI. 


1001. 


British Oolumbift.i ' 


139,706 
4,119 
1^740 
19,267 
17,434 
15,M82 
14,544 
19,676 
13,199 
5397 
5,896 
3,096 
lIsiB 
) .3. 


1,917 3,802 

2,264 4,108 

1,754 3,371 

1,456 3,204 

1,436 3,613 

2,826 6,403 

2,218 4,079 

I,47ll 2,734 

8271 1,416 

338 588 

92 224 

? 49 

12 

2,912 577 

28,747 B8,1H4 
970 2,226 
3,919 8,844 
3,802 9,625 
3,169, 7,357 
2,946 6,402 
2,870 6,694 
4,119 10,790 
2,501, 6,596 
1,475 3,702 
784 3,073 
294 924 
110 242 
17 46 
6i 5 
l,7fi3j 2,738 

157,U4 167,624 
4,253 3,752 
16,906 16,626 
20,306 19,976 
18,801 18,632 
17,958 17,689 
16,892 15,213 
21.630, 21,648 
16,653 10,110 
11,656 12,462 
7,505 8,659 
4,339 6,190 
1.740 3,001 
347' 416 
33 29 
96 122 


64,497 
1,290 
6,270 
7;259 


Undsrl year 

Itonndsreyears 

5to under 10 veara 


IS to under 20 years 

2(Ho under 26 years 

S(iti.under36yH«a 

36 to under 46 years 

« to under 55 years 

BSm under 65 years 

ffi M under 76 years 

76 to under 86 years 

M to under 96 years 

NnS"^ 


5,032 

5,534 

10,998 

8,050 

3,932 

2,362 

1,080 

304 

36 

11 


Kr^.;::;.:.::.::-:-7 :::::::- 
y^iSt?^^:::::':::;:. :.::::. .;;::■ 


116,707 
3,576 
14,218 
16,414 


W to under 20 years 

Mt(inodBr25yBMB 

a to under 35 years 

»l<.linder45>ears 


12,573 

IS 

13,158 


MtoSi^™;::. ... :;:::::::::::;::;■ 

« to under 76 years 

gW under 85 years 

a to under 95 years 

gjanandoi-er 

"Wgivon , ■... 

New Brunswick. 

h'f"""!'* 

ywUrlyeac 

'lounder5yeara 

J to under 10 years _ 

Otounder 15 years 


4,088 

11999 

626 

90 

109 

162,481 
31902 
I6,i©0 
19,380 
18,366 


»IOMder26yea™ 

»touuder35year8 

"tounder 46 years 

« 10 under 55 years 

^tounder 85 years 

"tounder 76 years 

raid Under 85 years 

flounder 95 years 

«r(«.andov« 

KMoten 


16,407 

21,978 

16,984 

13,474 

9,891 

6,153 

21639 

476 

62 

106 



1« 



THE VASADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 
POPULATION. 
Yamlk III. Ag^ ol tbe 



Aievif;tv>^^ 



l;!CL 



l;^». 



189L 



190L 



Xx-^V^k 5>vSMXj 



X V w*Art'>^ 

NF ■wpn.T^ taw ■•«^' 









5,106 






S^Tli 






22,871 

sum 



9Ii8Bd 

4.111 









IVi^fc Tm.i«^ 




: T^i 


«-• -«7«l||> 




X. 


rr».i*' * *■ 


rtfc"^ 


• X 


m«'"»«-- ^* 


'-.»fc"^>- 


V ». 


rrr*.T* ■ "■ " 


•-•>». T^ 


« «b 


rr».1«-- ?* 


»"*»*'*~ 


* - 


ISTil*- ? 


*-.i^-^ 


2= V 


nr.'n. ■ ^ 


--afc^ 


3 T 


ir».rt«- ••• 


T-rtH-JV 


4" - 


i:t,-«fc- ~*- 


»-w»v>v 


ri" t 


tr*,rtm-- •!' 


T-«K,>.^ 


«i T 


inf#.i»- ~ 


^«H^ 


• 


,:»,1. - ><■ 


r,**.-^ 


»•• T 


11*. T ■ *4 


T-<ah,>^ 


O V*it >«^ *.«»," 


■ «•«. 


"v-. 


■■ V**- 








I *. 



•» 



ICinr 



- ••• 






•(• 



Tfip^ 



»JSS1 



TM.8« 



42.416 



1» 



«. 



r>rv 


ii>«, '^^ 




*i-"^. 


fiafc- 


I 


•*»-. - 




T-**.'^ 


t t 


l*.-T. 


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ltl|-«.. 




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T-***, 


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m-.^. 




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€.4« 


i.^ 


i.»f. 


€J95 


• ■ ■ 


«• 4 «^ 


4J676 




iLtijr 


SJB 


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•*.3Wt' 


-1.W 


- *?*-- 


'^.tWM- 


^iJBB 


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CENSUS STATISTICS. 



17 



POPULATION. 
Table hi. Ages of the Living ^F^males. 




Age groups. 



Nova Scotia. 

finales . 

I year 

3er 5 years 

ier 10 years 

ider 15 years 

ider 20 years ... 

ider 25 years 

ider 35 years 

ider 45 years 

ider 55 years 

ider 65 years 

ider 75 years 

ider 85 years 

ider 95 years 

i and over ! / 

en : 



I 



Ontario. 



imales 

I year 

ier 5 years. . . 
ier 10 years . 
ider 15 years, 
ider 20 years, 
ider 25 years, 
ider 35 years, 
ider 45 years . 
ider 55 years, 
ider 65 years . 
ider 75 years, 
ider 85 years, 
ider d5 years . 
J and over 



en 



Prince Edward Island. ^ 



^males 

I year 

Ier 5 years . . 
Ier 10 years . . 
ider 15 years, 
ider 20 yean, 
ider 25 yean, 
ider 35 yean, 
ider 45 yean, 
ider 55 yean, 
tder 65 yean . 
ider 75 yean, 
der ^yean. 
ider 96 yean. 
( and OTer , . . 



en 

ttMkea in ISn. 
—r.JBi 



194,008 

5,240 

21,033 

25,769 

22,805 

20,798 

19,589 

29,277 

18,156 

14,335 

8,418 

5,982 

1,902 

645 

59 



220,a'U 
5,440 
22,729 
27,741 
25,693 
24,056 
21,073 
30,144 

23,0(H 
16,911! 
11,941 
7,083 
3,218 
715! 
82i 
164 



228,303 

5,078 

20.391 

26,692 

26,073 

24,658 

21,349 

29,985 

22.713 

19,005 

13,513 

8,554 

4,015 

915 

86 

276 



225,932 

4,991 

20,912 

25,980 

24,541 

24,156 

20,917 

80,072 

23,454 

19,328 

15,450 

9,815 

4,852 

1,099 

96 

260 



792,261 


946,767 


1,044,834= 


1,086,307 


22,872 


24,671 


22,718! 


22,H1S 


91,086 


99,178 


\)h,'mY 


87,967 


114,370 


120,902 


121,386 


113,651 


106,543 


n4,10J> 


119,6171 


113,024 


90.280 


111,926 


116,047i 


114,281 


76.414 


1(J2,419 


112,419, 


111,146 


111,785 


183,517 


164,321. 


169,906 


73,386 


93,628 


110,523 


134,229 


52.005 


67,928 


80,880 


94,4^ 


29,730 


43,041 


69,in4 


^i6.454 


16,689 


23.286 


30.510 


39,301 


5,244 


9,325 


11,817. 


L%670 


1,251 


1.610 


2,350 


2,698 


182 


161 


186 


592 


l,fJ45 


2,»79 


1,764 




54,162 


rA,V/7 


m^fff 




l,4f^ 


1,130 


\,im 


- 


5,695 


5,071 


4,faz 




r^H33 


7/04 


^ATp\ 




fi^Jff 


fi//7(f 


fi.tm 


- 


r,A^ 


W^KfZ 


n/m 


- 


TfJAti 


h,\¥) 


4/i^jCi 




1/m 


lAm 


MIT/ 




fp;^A 


rf/4P^ 


k.VMf 




7f,*4!/j 


4,472r 


4,.VW 




2JT/1 


%,tm 


V^I2 




%//f/^ 


i/Mt 


2,Vft 




W 


f^ff 


\jm 




M^ 


l(C 


2ff^ 




Vf 


n 


\^ 




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v> 


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18 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table hi. Ages of the Living — Males. 



Age g^ups. 




1901. 



Quebec. 



Total males . 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . 
10 to under 15 years 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years . 
65 to under 75 years. 
75 to under 85 years. 
85 to under 95 years . 
95 years and over . . . 
Not given . . 



The Territories.! 



Total males. . 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years , 
55 to under 65 years 
65 to under 75 years 
75 to under 85 years. 
85 to under 95 years 
95 years and over . . . 
Not given 



Unorganized Territories.^ 



Total males 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 yearb. 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years 
45 to under 55 years. 
55 to under 65 years 
65 to under 75 years , 
75 to under 85 years . 
85 to under 95 years . 
95 years and over . . . 
Not given 



} 



596,041 
20,500 
71,919 
83,903 
76,597 
65,954 
54,915 
76,569 
54,902 
38,577 
27,772 
16,870 
6,273 

1,086 

204 



iNot taken in 1871. ^Not taken in 1871-81. 



{ 



678,109 

22,693 

81,784 

92,234 

79,701 

72,415 

64,493 

90,967 

63,736 

46,660 

32,761 

20,066 

8,554 

1,534 

138 

373 



28,113 

142 

756 

795 

702 

521 

667 

1,163 

086 

370 

176 

68 

30 

11 

1 

22,025 



744,141 

23,265 

86,983 

98,996 

87,696 

78,102 

66,314 

99,889 

75,355 

54,044 

37,279 

23,340 

9,401 

1,728 

132 

1,617 



37,626 

772 

3,068 

3,073 

2,597 

2,637 

4,030 

7,305 

3,808 

1,936 

966 

306 

84 

12 

1 

7,031 



16,159 

1 

108 

84 

99 

70 

56 

88 

62 

60 

30 

18 

10 

4 

1 

15,468 



824,454 
25,242 
93,678 

105,334 
96,515 
85,689 
74,512 

109,756 

86,050 

64,742 

43,279 

26,316 

10,842 

1,754 

109 

636 



87,438 
2,333 
9,319 

10,474 
8,776 
7,939 
8,872 

14,650 

11,420 

6,583 

3,286 

1,486 

394 

61 

10 

2,385 



36,272 

88 

1,024 

1,040 

891 

819 

1,986 

7,036 

6,740 

2,183 

673 

166 

38 

4 

1 

14,588 




CENBUB STATISTWa. 

POPULATION. 

Table hi. Ages of the Living —Female b. 

ISSl. 



TUalfemalea. .... . . 

Under 1 ye»r 

under 5 years 

mider 10 years 

— I under 15 years . , 

U to under 20 years., . 

!0b3iuidi!c26yeani.,. 

Hi to under 35 yeara 

w Co under 45 years . . . 
(6 to ondar 55 years . , , 
SStomidar65 years 

to under 75 years. ., 

wlonnderSSyeaTB 

Mloniui8r95yeara. ,.. 

SSyeinind over. 

"Mgiion 

Ont. 

^(emalea 

Under I year 

1 to under 5 years 

S lo under 10 years 

JO M undfT 16 years 

Jjluimder 20 years.. . 

« «p nnder ffi years 

5lflUndBr35 3'BarB,... 

*h>lmdei45yearH 

JJWander 56 yearn 

wlu under 65 years 

5 to under 75 years 

^tOonderBSyoar* 

WtouodBrSSyeara, .. 

»jB»r» and over 

"Wgivsn 



J**! fsmalea 

Undwlyear 

JtoorxlerB years, ., 
JViilKiarltlyear*... 
{"tu under 13 years,. 
WloinideraOyearH. 
» to under 26 years, 
* to under So years, 
JtOBnder 45 years., 
*>utindBr 66 years, 
"(oooder 65 years.. 
»«» under T6 years, , 
1^ to nndpr 85 years . . 
85 to nnder 96 yean . . 

K yean and over 

Xdi trifen 




194,008 
6,340 
21,033 
25, 70a 
23.906 
30,7X8 
19,580 
28.277 
18.168 
14,336 
8,418 
6.082 
1,002 



702,261 
22,872 
01,080 

114,370 

10B.548 
90,280 
7(1,414 

111.785 
73,38(1 
62,005 
20,731) 
1(1,68(1 
6,244 



320. a'u 

5.440 
23,730 
27,741 
25,693 
24,066 
21.07M 
30,144 
2.<t,0Cr4 
16.911 
11,341 



120,902 
114,10!l 

111.926 
103,419 
133,517 



6.07B 
20,391 
26,692 
26,073 



110,617 
116,047 
112,419 



30,610 

11,817 
2,350 



54,162 


54,197 










6,83E 


7,m 








5,iKI2 


S,61(; 








B,378 


5,606 



24,641 
24,166 
20.917 
3ft072 
23,154 



1,086.307 

22,813 
87.957 
113,651 
113,024 
114,281 
Ul,146 
169,905 
134,229 
94,438 
66.464 
30,301 
15,570 
3,508 
186 
l,r54 



20 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table iv. Ages of the Dead — Males. 



Age groups. 




1901. 



Canada. 



Total male deaths . . 

Under 1 year , 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years. 
25 to under 35 years , 
35 to under 45 years , 
45 to under 55 years. 
55 to under 65 years , 
65 to under 75 years . 
75 years and over . . , 
Not given 



I 



24,828 
7,899 
4,252 
1,317 

1,597 



British Columbia. * 



Total male deaths . . 

U nder 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . 
5 to under 10 years 
10 to under 15 years 
15 to under 20 years 
20 to under 25 years 
25 to under 35 years 
35 to under 45 years 
45 to under 55 years 
55 to under 65 years 
65 to under 75 years 
75 years and over. . . 
Not given 



Manitoba. 1 



y 9,724 



39 



} 



} 



- I 



Total male deaths 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years . . 
20 to under 25 years . . 
25 to under 35 years. . 
35 to under 45 years. . 
45 to under 55 years . . 
55 to under 65 years . . 
65 to under 75 years . . 

75 years and* over 

Not given 



} 



33,293 
9,298 
6,289 
2,462 

2,003 



13,117 



124 



572 

129 

68 

46 

39 



270 



20 



415 

127 

100 

24 

19 



117 



28 



} 



} 



} 



35,491 

10,417 

. 5,040 

1,733 

842 

2,624 

2,166 
1,671 
1,773 
2,160 
2,865 
4,138 
62 



795 

139 

101 

37 

22 

68 

93 
81 
80 
82 
50 
35 
7 



839 

301 

117 

37 

17 

62 

72 
52 
41 
53 
39 
36 
12 



} 



} 



42,676 

12,026 

5,1D5 

1,681 

917 

2,977 

2,432 
2,176 
2,410 
2,957 
4.066 
6,622 
217 



1,108 

108 

88 

39 

27 

114 

152 

165 

108 

94 

109 

46 

58 



1,646 

499 

317 

89 

58 

1?1 

97 
90 
102 
85 
98 
79 
1 



iNot taken in 1871. 



CENSrS STATISTICS. 

POPULATION. 

XAbia tiL Ages of the Liviag — Females- 



A«e groupt. 


1871. 


1381. 


1891. 


1901. 


QuBbac 

rot»l female. 

Jnderlyear 


59B.47B 
H),!B9 
70,12(1 
82.028 
7S,m 
68.277 
59.049 
81,811 
66,»78 
37,492 
2S.580 
14,859 
6,BO0 

} m 

161 


680.i(18 
32.118 
79.884 
90.784 
77,220 
74,311 
68,133 
96,165 
66,184 
47,481 

18!60' 

7:778 

1,403 

IfW 

297 

28,333 

118 
728 
816 
693 
497 
4*2 
085 
433 
242 
134 
68 
26 
3 

23.561 


744,394 
22,033 
88,208 
96,736 

m:m 

78,388 
69.466 
104,817 
76,482 
54,0.'V) 
37,187 
22,134 
8.779 
1,846 
133 
1.497 

29,173 

718 

3.005 

2.936 

2,4H 

2:064 

2,058 

3,670 

2,06.'! 

1,198 

811 

219 

67 

13 

8,166 

18,009 
4 
06 
114 
88 
68 
.71 
8H 
7* 
74 
23 
18 
10 

15,391 


824,444 
26,100 










15 to under 20 yean 

I0tounder26yeani 


84,746 
76,455 


SB to UDder 4S yeara 

IBloonderSSyea™ 


M,364 
6^306 
43,453 
28,730 


, BG to under 7C years 


86 tflunder 95 yB«n>. 


1,941 






ThB TerritorioB.! 
TWslfemales 


71,502 
2;35H 
9,174 

10,260 
8,415 


1 to nnderB years 

SlflDiidorlOyearB 

lOloimder 15 yearn 


M lo under 25 years 

» to under 3B years 

»tflmider45yeara 


6,839 
10.294 
7.946 


Btoimder 65 years 




« to under 75 years 

ratoandorSByea™ 


1.103 






SMgiven 

Unorganized Territories.^ 

pS;aE:;:;:-:E: ■;::;;::: 


1,985 

16,437 
977 


Ut«Si5''^: .::;■■::::::;:;::::::■: 

»touBd*r20rettni 

5 to under 35 years 

■to under 35 years 

■tsimder 45 years 


754 
661 
932 
1,928 
1,121 






BioiiwiarTeyeani 


108 


Slo under 95 yean 

»y«M» aud over. 

^"f"-" 


8 
8,025 




Wot Uken in 1871- 'Not taken in 1871-81. 
2J — Y.B. 



J 



18 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table hi. Ages of the Living — Males. 



Age groups. 




1901. 



Quebec. 



Total males 

Under 1 year . . . . . 
1 to under 5 years . , . 
5 to under 10 years . 
10 to under 15 years 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years. 
25 to under 35 years. 
35 to under 45 years 
46 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years , 
65 to under 75 years. 
75 to under 85 years . 
85 to under 95 years. 
95 years and over. . . 
Not given . . 



The Territories.! 



Total males . . 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years. . 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years. 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
46 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 66 years 
65 to under 75 years 
75 to under 86 years. 
85 to under 95 years . 

95 years and over 

Not given 



Unorganized Territories.^ 



Total males 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years 
65 to under 75 years . 
75 to under 85 years . 
85 to under 95 years . 
95 years and over . . . 
Not given 



} 



596,041 
20,500 
71,919 
83,903 
76,597 
65,954 
54,915 
76,569 
54,902 
38,577 
27,772 
16,870 
6,273 

1,086 

204 



iNot taken in 1871. ^Not taken in 1871-81. 



{ 



678,109 

22,693 

81,784 

92,234 

79,701 

72,415 

64,493 

90,967 

63,736 

46,660 

32,761 

20,066 

8,554 

1,534 

138 

373 



28,113 

142 

756 

795 

702 

621 

667 

1,163 

086 

370 

176 

68 

30 

11 

1 

22,025 



744,141 

23,265 

86,983 

98,996 

87,696 

78,102 

66,314 

99,889 

76,355 

54,044 

37,279 

23,340 

9,401 

1,728 

132 

1,617 



37,626 

772 

3,068 

3,073 

2,597 

2,637 

4,030 

7,305 

3,808 

1,936 

966 

306 

84 

12 

1 

7,031 



16,159 

1 

108 

84 

99 

70 

56 

88 

62 

60 

30 

18 

10 

4 

1 

15,468 



824,454 
25,242 
93,678 

105,334 
96,515 
85,689 
74,612 

109,756 

86,050 

64,742 

43,279 

26,316 

10,842 

1,754 

109 

636 



87,438 
2,333 
9,319 

10,474 
8,776 
7,989 
8,372 

14,650 

11,420 

6,583 

3,286 

1,486 

394 

61 

10 

2,385 



36,272 
85 

1,02* 

1,040 

89L 

81^ 

7,03^ 

67» 

16© 

SB 

4 

X 

14,58» 



cEyaua statistics. 

POPULATION. 
IV. AgOB of the Dead — Females. 



Can 

ToUl female deaths.. 

l!ndm 1 year 

, 1 to under 6 jeEinL 

I S to imclBr 10 yesra . , . . 
! Wtoimdar 16 years. .. 
i l&toimder SOyearB. . 
I 90 U) undar 25 years . . , 
S SfitounderSS years. . 
i 8 to under 45 years .. . 
1 45tomider 65 yuara. . , 

5G to under 65 years . . . 

66 lo under 75 yean. . . 

TSjoMisndover 

Nolpven 



BrltiBh Colui 

TuW tiiBiftle deaths 

Under 1 year.. , . - , -- 

1 1« under 5 years 

itooBderlOyeara 

10 to under 15 years . . . 

16 In under 30 years 

•to under 25 years 

* to under 3S years 

S to under 45 years . 

» lo trader 5B years 

* to nnderHS years 

» to nnder 75 years 

Jpsraandover 

Noipien 



TiWteaiaJe deaths. .. 

ywier I year.. 

Itoimder E years 

Slonnder 10 years 

Mlo Odder 15 years.. 
Jj to under 20 years... 
SlonBdor 25 years... 
a to under ^ years... 
« to under 45 years . . . 
IS to aader 55 yean . . . 
Bi to ntider 65 years . . . 
69 to nnder 7B years . . . 

75 yean and over 

Nm given 

iNot taken in 1871. 



1871. 



2,747 



2,ae 

3,4«1 
2,117 
2,449 
3,41<) 
5,25B 



20 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table iv. Ages of the Dead — Males. 



Age groups. 




1901. 



Canada. 



Total male deaths . . , 

Under 1 year . 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years. 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years. 
55 to under 65 years. 
65 to under 75 years . 
75 years and over . . . 
Not given 



British Columbia. ^ 



Total male deaths . . . 

"D nder 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . 
10 to under 15 years , 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years . 
65 to under 75 years . 

75 years and over 

Not given 



24,828 
7,899 
4,252 
1,317 

1,597 



}■ 9,724 



39 



} 



33,293 

9,298 
6,289 
2,462 

2,003 



13,117 



124 



- h 



1 L 
I I 



Manitoba.^ 



Total male deaths . . . 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years . 
65 to under 66 years . 
65 to under 75 years . 
75 years and* over . . . 
Not given ... 



} 



'A 



572 

129 

68 

46 

39 



270 



20 



415 

127 

100 

24 

19 



117 



28 



} 



} 



} 



35; 491 

10,417 

. 5,040 

1,733 

842 

2,624 

2,166 
1,671 
1,773 
2,160 
2,865 
4,138 
62 



795 

139 

101 

37 

22 

68 

93 

81 
80 
82 
50 
35 
7 



839 

301 

117 

37 

17 

62 

72 
52 
41 
53 
39 
36 
12 



} 



} 



42,576 

12,026 

6,195 

1,681 

917 

2,977 

2,132 
2,176 
2,410 
2,957 
4,066 
6,622 
217 



1,108 

108 

88 

39 

27 

114 



165 

106 

94 

109 

46 

58 



1,646 

499 

317 

89 

68 

1?1 

97 
90 
102 
85 
98 
79 
1 



iNot taken in 1871. 



CENSUS ST * "^ISTIOS, 



23 



POPULATION. 

Table iv. Ages of the Dead — Females. 



Age groups. 




1901. 



New Brunswick. 



Total female deaths . . 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years 

5 to under 10 years 

10 to under 15 years 
15 to under 20 years . . . 
20 to under 25 years . . . 
25 to under 35 years . . . 
35 to under 45 years . . . 
46 to under 55 years . . . 
56 to under 65 years . . , 
65 to under 75 years . . . 

75 years and over 

Not given 



Nova Seotia. 



Total female deaths 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . 
5 to under 10 years. 
lOto under 15 years 
15 to under 20 years 
20 to under 25 years 
^ to under 35 years 
35 to under 46 years 
46 to under 55 years 
^ to under ^ years 
^ to under 75 years 
75 years and over .. 
^ot given 



Ontario. 



ToW female deaths. 
Under! year 

1 to under 5 years... 
ytounder 10 years.. 
W to under 15 years. 
15 to under 20 years. 

2 to under 25 years. 
» to under 35 years. 
« to under 45 years. 
j5toundOT56 years. 
» to under 65 years! 
w to under 75 years. 
^yeanandovOT ... 
Not given 



} 



} 



1,642 
351 
278 
106 

142 



765 



2,254 
467 
309 
107 

195 



I- 1.174 



) 



8,441 

1,977 

1,593 

522 

670 



3,668 



11 



} 



2,358 
402 
472 
260 

206 



1,007 



2,974 
468 
544 
316 

288 



^ 1,348 



10 



10,641 

2,333 

1,707 

709 

814 



Y 5,058 



20 



} 



} 



2,009 

444 

218 

90 

75 

190 

179 
130 
112 
124 
160 
276 
11 



3,147 
470 

388 
208 
111 

336 

277 
213 
191 
193 
264 
491 
5 



11,234 

2,336 

1,166 

491 

331 

1,053 

1,023 

798 

687 

787 

1,034 

1,510 

19 



} 



} 



1,687 

326 

228 

66 

54 

175 

124 
110 
112 
99 
154 
239 
1 



2,526 

334 

264 

103 

65 

228 

230 
185 
157 
193 
253 
509 
4 



16,023 

2,957 

1,302 

478 

370 

1,343 

1,339 
1,181 
1,054 
1,309 
1,815 
2,856 
1^ 



22 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table iv. Ages of the Dead — Males. 



Age groups. 




New Brunswick. 



Total male deaths . . 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 6 years . 
6 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years. 
15 to under 20 years 
20 to under 25 years 
25 to under 35 y^ars . 
35 to under 45 years , 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years . 
65 to under 75 yeard. 
75 years and over . . . 
Not given 



Nova Scotia. 



Total male deaths. . . 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years . 
•25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 year*. 
55 to under 65 years . 
65 to under 75 yeara . 
75 years and over . . . 
Not given 



Ontario. 



Total male deaths 

1 to under 5 years 

5 to under 10 years 

10 to under 15 years 

15 to under 20 years 

20 to under 25 years 

25 to under 35 years . . , 

35 to under 45 years 

45 to under 55 years 

55 to under 65 years 

65 to under 75 years 

75 years and over 

Not given 



} 



1^ 



} 



} 



1,918 
482 
325 
121 

137 



853 



2,564 
583 
276 
117 

219 



)■ 1,367 



9,622 

2,640 

1,534 

535 

663 



4,234 



16 



} 



y 



} 



2,469 
523 
480 
233 

182 



)- 1,043 



8 



3,436 
600 
556 
321 

260 



1,691 



8 



12,086 

3,089 

1,880 

753 

723 



^ 5,611 



30 



} 



I 



2,285 

494 

269 

98 

42 

206 

163 
109 
133 
162 
271 
3.31 
7 



3,416 
603 
448 
187 
105 

441 

271 
191 
172 
237 
281 
475 
5 



12,675 

2,993 

1,304 

531 

317 

991 

942 

712 

820 

925 

1,292 

1,829 

19 



} 



} 



2,133 
429 



74 
61 



142 

m 

102 
194 



324 
2 



2,812 

394 

273 

98 

65 

281 

217 
153 
187 
272 
323 
544 
5 



17,249 

3,740 

1,469 

483 

339 

1,269 

1,123 
1,026 
1,217 
1,440 
2,127 
3,004 
22 



0WN8U8 ST'^^ISTIOS. 



23 



POPULATION. 

Table iv. Ages of the Dead — Females. 



Age gipups. 




1901. 



New Brunswick. 

Total female deaths 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years 

5 to under 10 years 

10 to under 15 years 

16 to under 20 years 

20 to under 25 years 

25 to under 35 years 

35 to under 46 years 

45 to under 55 years . 

66 to under 65 years 

65 to under 75 years 

75 years and over 

Not given 



Nova Seotia. 



Total female deaths 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years . . 
Stounder 10 years. 
lOto under 15 years 
15 to under 20 years 
20 to under 25 years 
» to under 35 years 
« to under 46 years 
46 to under 65 years 
K to under ^ years 
♦w to under 75 years 
75 years and over . . 
Not given 



} 



Ontario. 



Total female deaths 

Under 1 year ". 

1 to under 5 years 

y to under 10 years 

10 to under 15 years 

16 to under 20 years 

2 to under 25 years 

«tomider35year8 

« to under 45 years 

46 tonnder 56 years 

66 to under 66 years! 

56 to under 75 years. 

gyeare and ovot 

Not given 



1,642 
351 
278 
106 



} ^«} 

I 
765 ► 



2,254 

467 
309 
107 

195 



y 1,174 



) 



8,441 

1,977 

1,593 

522 

670 



3,668 



11 



2,358 
402 
472 
260 

206 



1,007 



11 



2,974 
468 
644 
316 

288 



- 1,348 



10 



10,641 

2,333 

1,707 

709 

814 



J- 5,058 



20 



} 



} 



} 



2,009 

444 

218 

90 

75 

190 

179 
130 
112 
124 
160 
276 
11 



3,147 
470 

388 
208 
111 

336 



} 



277 


230 


213 


185 


191 


157 


193 


193 


264 


263 


491 


509 


5^ 


4 



11,234 

2,336 

1,1155 

491 

331 

1,053 

1,023 

798 

687 

787 

1,034 

1,510 

19 



} 



1,687 

325 

228 

66 

64 

175 

124 
110 
112 
99 
154 
239 
1 



2,526 

334 

264 

103 

65 

228 



16,023 

2,967 

1,302 

478 

370 

1,343 

1,339 
1,181 
1,054 
1,309 
1,815 
2,856 
1^ 



24 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table iv. Ages of the Dead— Males. 



Age gn^ups. 




1901. 



Prince Edward Island. ^ 



Total male deaths. . 
Under 1 year.. .... 

1 to under 5 years. . . 
6 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years. 
15 to under 20 years. 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 yeap . 
35 to under 45 years. 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 05 years . 
65 to under 75 years. 

75 y^rs and over 

Not given 



Quebec. 



Total male deaths . . , 
Under 1 year ... 
1 to under 5 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . , 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under .35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years . 
65 to under 75 years , 
75 years and over . . . 
Not given 



} 



10,724 

4,194 

2,117 

544 

578 



The Territories.^ 



3,270 



21 



785 

ISO 

155 

76 

74 



350 



I 



13,442 
4,680 
3,031 
1,005 

695 



4,004 



27 



Total male deaths . . . 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 6 years . . . 
5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 15 years . 
15 to under 20 years. 
20 to under 25 years . 
25 to under 35 years . 
35 to under 45 years . 
45 to under 55 years . 
55 to under 65 years. 
65 to under 75 years . 
75 years and over . . 
Not given 



88 

20 

19 

4 

11 



31 



} 



} 



} 



733 

174 

69 

29 

20 

81 

55 
40 
25 
60 
72 
118 



278 

100 

46 

19 

11 

25 

22 

17 

12 

16 

6 

4 



} 



} 



678 
78 
43 
18 
16 



81 
28 
96 
67 
78 
123 



14,470 


16,881 


5,613 


6,623 


2,686 


2,547 


595 


694 


308 


296 


750 


840 


548 


596 


469 


538 


490 


664 


635 


747 


854 


1,045 


1,310 


1,473 


12 


18 



1,169 

255 

231 

86 

55 

89 

74 
69 
64 

58 

48 

29 

111 



iNot taken in 1871. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



25 



POPULATION. 



Table iv. Ages of the Dead — Females. 



Age gn^ups. 




1901. 



Prince Edward Island. ^ 

Total female deaths. 

Under 1 year 

1 to under 5 years 

6 to under 10 years 

10 to under 15 years 

15 to under 20 years 

30 to under 25 years 

35to under 36 years 

36 to under 45 years 

tf to under 55 years 

86 to under 65 years ► . 

66 to under 76 years 

76 years and over. 

Not given 



Quebec. 

Total female deaths. 

Under 1 year. 

1 to under 6 years 

5tounder 10 years 

lOto under 15 years #i 

^ to under 20 years 

20to under 25 years 

« to under .% years 

36 to under 45 years 

J6 to under 55 years 

56 to under 65 years 

w to under 75 years 

jjyeara and over 

Not given 



The Territories. 1 



Total female deaths. 

Under 1 year. 

1 to under 5 years. . . 
otoonder 10 years.. 
10 to under 15 years. 
15 to under 20 years. 
20 to under 25 years, 
a to under 85 years. 
36 to under 45 years, 
^tounder 56 years. 
66 to under 66 years. 
® to under 75 years. 
TSyears and over... . 
Not given 



10,149 

3,335 

2,092 

532 

704 



y 3,467 



19 



} 



772 
126 
142 
106 

76 



322 



12,484 

3,670 

2;76i 

992 

877 



4,156 



25 



} 



53 

10 

9 

8 

10 



15 



} 



/ 



} 



606 

102 

68 

24 

19 

68 

60 
51 
37 
45 
49 
82 



13,684 

4,400 

2,503 

863 

401 

941 

856 
668 
645 
617 
784 
1,099 
17 



211 

67 

30 

23 

5 

24 

20 
11 
12 
10 

8 
1 



} 



609 
54 
56 
16 
18 

59 

51 
54 
52 
41 
70 
138 



14,689 

4,926 

2,374 

738 

409 

998 

878 
742 
589 
671 
974 
1,380 
15 



981 

210 

221 

94 

58 

89 

96 
58 
32 
38 
31 
23 
21 



'Not taken in 1871. 



26 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table v. Mortality by causes of death — Males. 



Causes of death. 




1901. 



Canada. 

I. General diseases 

Acute articular rheumatism ... 

Alcoholism 

Anaemia, chlorosis 

Cancer and other malignant tumors 

Cholera nostras (C morbus) 

Chronic rheumatism and gout 

Diabetes 

Diphtheria 

Diphtheria and croup 

Dysentery 

Erysipelas 

Influenza 

Intermittent fever 

Measles 

Pyaemia and septicaemia 

Scarlet fever 

Small-pox 

Tuberculosis 

Typhoid fever 

Whooping cough 

Ottier diseases of class i 



II. 



Diseases of the nervous system. . . 
Cerebral hemorrhage (Apoplexy). 

Convulsions of infants 

Encephalitis (Brain fever) 

Epilepsy 

Meningitis, cerebro-spinal 

Meningitis, simple 

Paralysis without indicated cause 

Softening of the brain 

Other diseases of class ii 



iiT. Diseases of the circulatory system 

Acute endocarditis 

Affections of the arteries 

Angina pectoris (Breast pang) 

Hemorrhages 

Organic diseases of the heart 

Other diseases of class iii 



IV. Diseases of the respiratory system 

Acute bronchitis 

Affections of the larynx.. . ^ 

Asthma (Hay fever, etc.) 

Broncho-pneumonia 

Congestion and apoplexy of the lungs 

Pleurisy 

Pneumonia 

Other diseases of class iv 



24,362 

7,520 

135 

29 

11 

224 

289 



190 
550 
211 
130 
29 
82 
373 

790 
94 
2,494 
634 
392 
863 



2,160 

198 

336 

851 

64 



374 
337 

730 



53 

672 

5 



2,107 

209 

89 

81 

1,090 
160 

478 



33,199 

10.617 

201 

17 

6 

331 

375 



2,324 

784 
106 
145 
21 
58 
506 

873 
418 
2,974 
535 
371 
572 



2,674 
221 
408 

1,125 

5e 



509 
356 

1,071 

5 

68 

993 

5 



3,507 
313 
331 

85 

1,968 
203 

607 



35,491 . 42,576 



7,978 

204 

23 

23 

558 



1,717 



87| 

3 
3971 
122 
282 

6 

3,229 

840 

346 

141 



3,579 
254 

a58 



1,753 

828 
86 

1,811 



134 

1,677 



6,241 
1,002 

3,215 

2,024 



12,403 
116 
61 
138 
1,025 
148 
69 
219 
997 
641 
277 
90 
1,065 
42 
bU 
185 
522 
27 
I,3&1 
1,090 
500 
283 



4,919 

643 

845 

318 

149 

147 

1,313 

1,054 

77 

373 



2,619 

89 

83 

49 

163 

2,124 

la 



5,42r 
562 
195 
125 

454: 

50^ 

215 

3,075 

296^ 



0ENBV8 VTATianOS. 
POPULATION. 
Mortality by causes of death— Femalea. 



Causee of death. 


1871. 


1881. 


1891. 


1901. 


Casada. 

1. -Gimenkl dieeaseB , 

Anffimia, chloroew 

Choleni DOsCraB (C. morbus). 


£2.183 

8,130 

■°J 
it 

I 

1 

96 
•OS 

.1,130 
830 
502 
S43 

1,75B 
141 
297 
824 

47 

360 
289 

663 
2 

46 

614 
2 

1,67^ 

62 

851 
98 

303 


11.309 

4 

2.B17 

M 

tos 

IB 
54 

Boe 

849 
366 

3,721 

47S 
566 

2,201 
1S7 
324 

S77 
34 

4B6 
274 

(159 
t 

04 

890 

* 

2.810 
301 

77 

am 


32,197 

8,990 
162 

2i 

630 

1,819 

60 

2 

387 
107 
284 

6 
4,260 

410 
94 

3,110 
161 
663 

; 

1.618 
804 
64 

1.669 

103 

1.566 

6,460 
840 

2,700 

1,92Q 


38.626 

13,235 
121 
8 
313 
1.M7 
160 


Diphtheria 

Diphtheda and oroup , 

Dysentery 


161 
»85 
583 
242 


iniiuJ^;:::::::':'::::::::, :::*':: 

-MeMlea 

sJarletfever 

Small-pox 

TuberouloBifl _. . 

Typhoid fever 

Whooping cCFilifh , . 

Other dlMBBea of obua i 


■■•g 

486 
189 
679 
IS 

6,346 
819 
386 
27B 

4,472 
638 
673 
275 


Cerebral hemorrhage (Apoplexy) .... 

ConviilsioDB of infants 

Enpephalitia (Br»in favet) 






Meningitw, simple 

Hofteninguf thabrain.. 

Other diseoseB of clnsa ii 


1.147 
1,186 

65 
339 

2,581 
72 


Angina pectariB (Breast pang) 

Organic dlneasM of the heart. ..'..". '.. 
Other di*eai«i of olaes Hi 

'''■ DiBsaaea of the respiratory Byatem. . ... 

Acute bronchitis ., ... 

ASectiona of the larynx 

ABthma(Hay fever, eto.) . 

Broncho-pneumonia 


27 
183 
2,160 

118 

4,730 
531 

163 
72 
38C 
616 


Othfr diaeases of class iv 


^'m 



TBE CANADA. YEAR BOOK 1995. 
POPULATION. 
Table v. Mortality by cauaea of death — 

OauBBH of death. 187 



V. Diaeaeea of thedigealiTBsyatfm I 

AffecdoDB of the iDteatinea 

► AffeetioOB of the liver 
Affeotione of the Htumach, encspt oancei 
AppeadicitiH Mid iliac abaccBi. j 
Diajrhcea, chronic 1 1 
Diarrhcea and enterilia, ov er 2 yeare. ...\\ 
Diarrhcea and i^teritie, under S yeaiB.. . J 
Simple peritoaitis, except puerperal . . . . ! 
Other dweaata of class V ... . . . . .j 

VI. DiaeaBBB of the genito-urinary BfBtem. . , 

, Acute nepbritiB. 

I Bright'B diseaae 

H DiseBflBB of the bladder 

■ Other diBeasea of the Iddoeya 

W Other diseuaee of clau ri 

7U. Puerperal condition. ---.. -- 

Accidents of preRnanoy 

Puerperal septictemia. 

Other dieeaiiea of class vii 

111. DiaeHsea of the akin and cellular ti 

Gangrene 

Phlegmon, acute absceBe 

Other dieeases of olasa viii 

of thn oivanB o 
ASectione of the bones 
Amputation ...... . . . 

Other diaeaaes of cUsa ix 

;. Malformations 



Congenital debility, e 

Neglect 

Other diseases of clasi 



L 



BuTDB and aoalda . 

Fractures and dialocatioiiB , . 

Inanition, starvation, etc 

Inhalation of noxious gases , . 

Other accidental injunes 

Suicide 

Other disensei of class xiii 

Illnjefined diaeasea .. 

Dropay .... . . , , , 

Suddan death. 

UnsiiectGed or ill.deltned oaua 




CENSUS STATISTICS. 



29 



POPULATION. 
Table v. Mortality by causes of death — Females. 



Causes of death. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



1901. 



C A N A 1) A— con. 

V. Diseases of the digestive system 

Affections of the intestines 

Affections of the liver . . 

Affections of the stomach, except cancer 

Appendicitis and iliac abscess . . 

Diarrhoea, chronic 

Diarrhoea and enteritis, over 2 years . . . 
Diarrhoea and enteritis, under 2 years . . 

Other affections of the intestines 

Simple peritonitis, except puerperal 

Other diseases of class v 

VI. Diseases of the genito-urinary system . . 

Acute nephritis 

Bright's disease 

Diseases of the bladder 

Other diseases of the kidneys 

Other diseases of class vi 

VII. Puerperal condition 

Accidents of pregnancy 

Puerperal septicaemia 

Other diseases of class vii 



VIII. DiseascH of the skin and cellular tissue 

Gangrene 

Phlegmon, acute abscess 

Other diseases of olasH viii 



IX. Diseases of the organs of locomotion ./. . 

Affections of the Dones 

Amputation 

Other diseases of class ix 

X. Malformations 



XI. Infancy 

Congenital debility, etc. . 

Neglect. .-. . . . 

Other diseases of class xi 



XII. Old age. 



XIII. Affections produced by external causes. 

Accidental drowning .... 

Bums and scalds 

Fractures and dislocations 

Inanition, starvation, etc 

Inhalation of noxious ^ases ... 

Other accidental injuries . . *. 

Suicide 

Other diseases of class xiii 

xrv. Hi-defined dise^wes 

Dro j)sy 

Sudden death. 

Unspecified or ill-defined causes . . 



} 



1,709 
473 
202 
104 



641 

289 
78 



78 

519 

468 
51 



80 

9 

43 

28 

10 
9 
1 



23 
23 



301 

80 

82 

2 



115 

5 

15 

7,248 
461 

27 



} 



1,625 
556 
235 
149 



440 

245 
171 



171 

509 

443 

55 

11 

71 
10 

47 
14 

17 
2 
2 

13 



31 
31 



1,485 

332 
61 

77 
7 



116 

8 

13 

8,507 

577 

22 

7,908 



} 



3,407 

25 

243 

259! 



2,509 



25 
346 

371 



371 

567 

497 

70 



119 

81 
38 

8 



8 
• 3 

857 

857 



2,184 

469 

59 

180 

8 



194 

24 

4 

4,993 

572 

16 

4,405 



4,529 
308 
283 
363 
131 
60 
287 

-2,607 

394 
96 

751 
110 
334 
29 
112 
166 

699 

45 

342 

312 

180 
79 
62 
39 

30 

15 

4 

11 

130 

2,796 

2,456 

17 

323 

3,107 

699 
53 

130 
40 

168 
15 

167 
31 
95 

680 

373 

34 



30 



THE CA:S^ADA tear book 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table v. Mortality by causes of death — Males. 



T 



Causes of death. 




1901. 



British Columbia. 



General diseases 

Diseases of the nervous system 

Diseases of the circulatory system 

Diseases of the respiratory system , 

Diseases of the digestive system 

Diseases of the genito-urinary system . . 

Puerperal condition , 

Diseases of the skin and cellular tissue , 

Diseases of the organs of locomotion 

Malformations , 

Infancy 

Old age i 

Affections produced by external causes , 
Ill-defined diseases v 



Manitoba. 



General diseases 

Diseabcs of the nervous system 

Diseases of the circulatory system 

Diseases of the respiratory system 

Diseases of the digestive system 

Diseases of the genito-urinary system 

Pderperal condition 

Diseases of the skin and cellular tissue . . 

Diseases of the organs of locomotion 

Malformations 

Infancy 

Old Sige 

Affections produced by external causes. . 
Ill-defined diseases 



New Brunswick, 



General diseases 

Diseases of the nervous system 

Diseases of the circulatory system 

Diseases of the respiratory system 

Diseases of the digestive system 

Diseases of the genito-urinary system . . 

Puerperal condition 

Diseases of the skin and cellular tissue . 
Diseases of the organs of locomotion . . . 

Malformations 

Infancy 

Old ag:e 

Affections produced by external causes. 
U-defined diseases 



1,888 



601 
160 

56 
174 
164 

27 

6 
2 



130 
570 



479 



119 
24 
19 
58 
23 
3 



4 
53 

174 



414 



119 

9 

14 

34 

22 

4 



3 


7 


3 


— 




2 


— 


— 


3 


1 


21 


127 


5 


21 


52 


33 


39 


90 


170 


130 


31 



2,469 



939 
167 

61 
254 
127 

28 

6 
2 



138 
103 
644 



795 



194 
43 
39 

159 
70 
12 



1 

3 

29 

82 

161 



839 



210 

72 

23 

176 

122 

18 



2,285 



622 
229 
118 
479 
211 
70 

11 
2 

45 
191 
110 
297 



1,108 



317 
97 
81 

149 
61 
40 

3 
1 



52 

216 

12 



1,646 



675 

132 

61 



63 



2,133 



692 
235 
124 
258 
215 
89 

9 

3 

11 

Ud 

200 

148 

36 



Table v. MortaUty by causes of death— Femalea. 1 


Oauees of di-ath. 


1871. 


1881. 


1B91. 


1901. 


^_ British Colutubia 

^^^^boF Ch« nervous sybtem 

^^^■Bofthereapirotoryaj^tem 

^^^■|til the digestive syBtetu. 

^^^^^K at tbe ffenito-uriuary ByeCem 

^^^B^ the skin and c^oiartiBeoe. .. . 


1,623 

621 
137 

61 
133 
91 

7 

:' 

1 

28 
KM 


353 

71 
16 
8 
89 
1| 

( 
2 

10 
9 

176 

3B7 

15; 

5 
3( 

i 
b 

1 

1 
11 

15* 

3,358 

1,066 
118 

244 

79 
10 
40 

3 

2 

134 
587 


506 

m 

a 

13f 
4! 

If 

i 
1 

27 
H 
133 

741 

207 
47 
36 
170 
ST 
12 
29 
4 
1 

12 
\l 

10! 

2,009 

631 
IBO 

too 

412 
166 
37 
3S 

31 

9 
304 


(140 

324 
71 
BO 
79 

16 

i 

32 
41 

30 
10 

1,471 

571 
133 

CO 
184 1 
244 

30 1 

53 

11 

86 

31 
12 

1,687 

692 1 
177 1 

87 
21fl 
151 

27 

34 

10 
3 
6 

67 

2li 


^|BHra> pnxJuced by external oauHS 


Manitoba 

Saw*] di«ea8«, 


Wwm of the cironJatory ayatem 

W«MEa of the digestive ayetein . . . 

™eUM of the gBoito-nriniiry Byateni 

Pwperal ctmditioQ 

Uw«ai of the skin and oellulai tisaue 




Dl^cfined disease.... 


«!»«Jdi.ea«« 

[■Wuea of the nervous syatHiu 

*?}■•«« of the circulatory system 

^»««ea of the respiratory ayatem 

}™«»«8ot the digeativa ayatBin 

««««« of the skin and cellular tiaaue 


SjJ—v-,.::: :::■::::::::::: :::: 


flMiroiB produced by external cauaes 



32 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table v. Mortality by causes of death — Males. 



Causes of death. 




1901. 



Nova Scotia. 



General diseases 

Diseases of the nervous system 

Diseases of the circulatory system 

Diseases of the respiratory system 

Diseases of the digestive system 

Diseases of the genito-urinary system . . . 

Puerperal condition 

Diseases of the skin and cellular tissue.. . . 

Diseases of the organs of locomotion 

Malformations 

Infancy 

Old age 

Affections produced by external causes . . 
Ill-defined diseases 



Ontario. 



General diseases 

Diseases of the nervous system. 

Diseases of the circulatory system . . . 

Diseases of the respiratory system 

Diseases of the digestive system 

Diseases of the genito-urinary system . , 

Puerperal condition .•••.• 

Diseases of the skin and cellular tissue., 
Diseases of the organs of locomotion ... 

Malformations , 

Infancy 

Old age 

Affections produced by external causes . 
Ill-defined diseases 



Prince Edward Island 



General diseases 

Diseases of the nervous system 

Diseases of the circulatory system 

Diseases of the respiratory system .... 

Diseases of the digestive system 

Diseases of the genito-urinary system 

Puerperal condition 

Diseases of the skin and cellular tissue. 
Diseases of the organs of locomotion . . 

Malformations 

Infancy 

Old age 

Affections produced by external causes. 
Ill-defired diseases 



2,539 



828 
213 

77 
239 
186 

30 

8 
4 



307 
646 



9,492 



2,951 
962 
367 

1,008 
988 
136 

32 
5 

13 

655 
2,275 



3,436 



1,332 
27P 
125 
336 
184 
47 

13 
1 

1 
113 
.241 
773 



12,086 



3,516 

1,158 

510 

1,738 

871 

198 

57 
19 

23 

674 

685 

2,637 



785 



3,416 



1,039 
314 
151 
598 
244 
79! 

20| 
2 

17 
249; 
347 
356 



12,675 



2,643 
1,404 

856 
2,236 
1,330 

376 

157 

941 

829 

1,824 



r33 



347 


187 


193 


48 


72 


57 


8 


33 


31 


69 


131 


101 


44 


56 


41 


9 


32 


23 


1 


2 


1 


— 


— 


1 


— 


— 


1 


— 


12 


16 


— 


80 


81 


34 


36 


23 


225 


92 


9 



2,812 



1,070 
306 
190 
320 
198 
139 

20 

4 

78 

260 

198 

29 



17,249 



4,321 
2,095 
1,429 
2,466 
2,063 
687 

133 

13 

48 

1,061 

1,399 

1,261 

273 



578 



CENfIVS NTATISTICa. 
POPULATION. 
ilortality by causes of death — Females. 



Cannes uf death. 


1871. 


1881. 


1891. 


1901. 


Nova Sootitt. 

Ceneral diseases 

^MBBea of the oervoiiB syBtem 

>iseaiies of the respiratory ayatem.. 


2.339 

86B 
179 
6B 
222 
128 
8 
48 
3 

2 

23 
688 

8.334 

3.009 
7« 
303 
864 
TBS 
39 

m 

24 


3,W3 

1,331 
208 
S)3 
262 
132 
18 
32 
; 

113 

38 
740 

10,e37 

3.671 
876 
467 

''i 

34! 
41 
9 

16 
B78 
I7f 

7?3 

373 
36 
11 

s 

4 

8 

33J 


3,147 

1,186 
304 
129 
519 
301 

3( 
13 

1 

7 
300 
3D 
381 

11,234 

3,848 

1,178 

790 

1,907 

1.06B 

191 

213 

54 

2 

14^ 
1,003 

17! 
1.6(19 

605 

204 
65 
2i 

112 
41 
H 

et 


2.525 

1,009 
284 
142 
300 


liteaseB of the RCDito-urioBry system 

Pnerpwa! condition 

Mwues of the Bkin and cellular tissue. 


64 
47 
S 


Inf»noy 

Old*^ 

TlWefined disBasea 

Ontario. 

e«B«sl diseases 

1 jHwwas of the nervous syitem 

^^■HodheretpirBtoryBTstem 


293 
34 

16,023 

4.820 
1,926 
1,510 

3,330 


^^Mlof the Kenito-urinary ayBtem 

^^^P&I condition 

^^Htiftbe skin and oellulu tissue. 


410 
2B9 
97 




17 

1J6 

2,177 




^^B^tinee Udward laland.' 

^^KJtftt^rvoiB aystem! ;:.;",!]■ . 
^^■WOt the circulatory system 


767 
1,506 
406 

60i) 

225 
23 


^^^nottbedipeetivesysteni 

^^^^KoF the ^eoito-ucinary eysCeio 


40 
13 


^^K«t the skin and celJular tissue 


4 
14 




4 
14 



"^Wttss of mortalit) 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

POPULATION. 

Table v, Mortality by causes of death — Moles. 



Causes of death. 


1871. 


1881. 


1891. 


1301. 


Quebec. 


10,443 

.1,140 
825 
230 
58S 
883 
62 

74 
6 

2 

462 
4,173 


13,442 

4,210 
993 
331 

1,016 
905 
100 

6 
G18 
421 

4,864 


14,470 


am 


Diseases of the nervous system 

Diseases iiFHi[MiriritMr>r)'ByBtera 

Disessea nf ilu- I'l-.^itintory syatem 

DiseaBee <if the dinmrive system. 

Uiwases of tin- c-ni to- urinary system 

Puerperal cundilion 

Uiaeases of tlie bkiti and cellular tissue. . . . 


1,426; l,ffi 

584l 6H 

2,4101 1,7311 

2,255. %m 

172 31 

71' I 


MalformatioDB 

0\d^.'.'.'-.' '.'.'.'.'.'.''..'.'.'.v.'" -".".'.'-'.'.":'. 

AffectioDs produced by external causes 

Ill-defined diaeaaes 


- ; 6 

900, 2,14 

595' 80 

467, 6 

2,479l 1 



General diseases 

DiseaJtf B n! the nervous system 

Diseaflea of the circulatory syatem 

Diseanes of the respiratory aysTieni 

Siseasea of the digestive syntem 

Diseases uf the Renito-uriQary synliein , . 

Puerperal condition 

Diseosna of the akin am) cellular tissue. 
Diseases of thii oi^na of locomotion . . . . 

Malformations 

Infancy , . . 

01dB«;e 

Affections produced by external cauaes . 
Ill-defined diseases... 



General diaeaiea 

Diaeasea o^ the nervoua system 

Diseaaea uf the eircnlatcry syfttm 

Diseasea of the respiratory syatem 

Diseases of the digeeCivn system 

Disease" of the Kenito-nrinary system 

Puerperal condition 

I>iseBses of the skill and cellular tissue ... 

Diseases of the organs of looomotion , . 

Mft'fonnatlons.. 

Olda^ *' .* .'.. '.'.'.'.".'.'.". 

Affections prodaced by external causes. . . . 
Ill-delined diseases 

' Ceasus o( laortaiity not taken in 1871. 
"Cenem of mortality not taken in 1871-81-Dl. 



■I 



osifava STATiariOB. 

POPULATION. 
Table v. Mortolity by causes of de»th— Females. 



Causes of death. 



General diwasea 

Diseases of ibu nervouii sysCeui 

Disease* of the ctronlaturr system . . 
Diaeasps of the respiratory system. 
Diseases of the digeative system , . . 
Difceasas of the geni to-urinary syste 

Puerperal condition , 

Diseases of the skin snd odlular ties 
Diseasue of the organs of locomotion 

Malformatians 

Infancy 

Oldattfi 

ASeoDons produced by external cau 
Ill-defined diaeases 



General diseases 

Dlaeasea of the circulatory system . . 

Diseases of the respiratory system 

Dtsei>g«9 of the digealive system 

Diseasea of the ^nito-utinary syatsm . , 

Puerperal condition 

DiiOBses of the skin and cellular tissue. 
Diseases at the organs of locumotion . , 

Malformauons 

Infancy 

Old a^ 

Affections produced by external causes. 
Ill -defined diseases 



Unorganized Territories.* 

General diseases 

Diseases nl the nervous system. 

Diseases of the oirtmlatory system 

Diaeases of the respiratory system.. 

Diseases of the di^entire system ,...,... .... 

Diaeasea of the genito-unnary system 

Puerperal wmdition 

DiseaH'B of the skin nnd ceUular lisisue I 

Diseases of the organs of locomotion i 

Mttlformationi ! 

Infancy I 

Oldage. 

Affections produced by external causes 

Ul-defined ffiseases | 

1 Census of moettthty not taken in 1871. 
'Cenaag of mortality not taken in 1871-81-9 



3i- 



36 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
POPULATION. 

Table vi. Infirmities — ^Unsound mind. 



Classes. 




1901. 



Canada. 



By sex- 
Male . . . 
JTemale. 



By age- 
Under 6 yearH 

5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 20 years. 
20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years . 
60 to under 80 years . 
80 years and over . . 
Not given 



By race or origins- 
English 

French 

German 



Irish 

Scotch 

Other races. 



By birthplace^ — 

Canada 

United Kingdom 
Other countries . . . 



By occupation^ — 
Agricultural ... 
Commercial. . . 

Industrial 

Domestic 

Labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive , 
Not given . . 



5,026 
4,397 



2,064 

3,807 

2,387 

967 

124 

74 



9,423 



5,374 
4,515 



2,013 

3,660 

2,791 

1,089 

162 

184 



9,889 



1 



7,162 
6^193 



1,457 



11,898 



13,355 



8,811 
7,884 



58 

246 

1,303 

6,085 

6,043 

2,503 

245 

212 



4,086 
4,808 
663 
3,667 
2,327 
1,144 



13,411 
2,215 
1,069 



4,467 
567 
1,332 
1,614 
1,554 
299 
5,592 
1,270 



iNot taken in 1871-81-91. 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 



»7 



POP ULAT ION. 
Table vi. Infirmities — Unsound mind. 



Clasiies. 




1901. 



By sex — 
Male. 
Female. 



British Columbia.^ 



By age- 
Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years . . 
40 to under 60 years . . 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or origfin^ 

English 

French 

S<x)tch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation^ — 

Agricultural 

Commercial . 

Industrial 

Domestic and' labourer. 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



By sex — 

Male . . . 
Female . 



Manitoba. 1 



By age- 
Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years. 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or origin^ 

'English 

French 

Scotch 

. Irish 

Other races 



By occupation* — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-i)roductive 

Not given 



52 
16 



6 

31 

24 

4 

3 



68 



22 

17 



12 

19 

4 

3 

1 



1 Census of infirmities not taken in 1871. 

2 Not taken in 1871-81-91. 



} 



) 



39 



109 
21 



6 

106 

19 



130 



128 
68 



28 
130 

38 



196 



224 
76 



9 

117 

106 

43 

24 



136 

6 

31 

42 

85 



76 
24 
27 
54 
14 
94 
10 



359 
206 



59 
2^ 
171 

32 

70 



137 
16 
72 
61 

279 



180 
18 
27 

111 
12 

208 
9 



38 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table vi. Infirmities — Unsound mind. 



Classes. 



New Brunswick 



By sex — 

Male . . . 
Female . 



By age- 
Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years . 
Over 60 years . . . . 
Not given 



By race or origin* — 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish ... 

Other races 

By occupation* — 

Agricultural 

Commercial . 

Industrial . . 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive ... 
Not given 



Nova Scotia 



By sex — 
Male . . 
Female . 



By age- 
tinder 20 years. .. 
20 to under 40 years , 
40 to under 60 years , 

Over 60 years. 

Not given 



By race or origin* — 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation* — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive. 

^ot g^ven 




145 

344 

211 

88 



788 



651 
603 



258 
494 
300 
165 
37 



176 

261 

186 

80 

2 



705 



767 
688 



283 
572 
370 
190 
30 



} 



} 



1,^ 1,445 



103 

779 

4 



886 



703 
670 



185 

1,146 

42 



- I 



1,373 



1901. 



566 

488 



121 
394 
387 
152 



293 
238 
140 
336 
47 



361 
49 
80 

170 
13 

327 
54 



834 
758 



149 
592 
534 
309 

8- 



454 
171 
545 
264 
158 



498 
41 
102 
206 
17 
520 
208 



'Not taken in 1871-81-91. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



39 



POPULATION. 



Table vi. Infirmities — Unsound mind. 



Cl&sses. 




1901. 



By «ex — 

Male 

Female 

By age- 
Under 20 years ... . 
20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years . 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



Ontario. 



By race or origins- 
English 

French 

Scotch 

~ Irish 

Other races 



2,184 
1,897 



879 
1,667 
1,074 

424 
37 



By occupation^— 

Agricultural f ^. 

Commercial.'' . 

Industrial .... 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive • 

Not given 



Prince Edward Island.^ 
By sex — 

Male 

Female 



By age— 

UnderI20 years 

20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years . 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



4,081 



By race or origins- 
English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation^ — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer. 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



iNot taken in 1871-81-01. 

^Census of in&rniities not taken in 1871. 



2,365 
1,975 



751 

1,592 

1,332 

521 

144 



} 



4,340 



173 

178 



64 
155 
102 

29 
1 



} 



351 



3,085 
2,770 



503 

4,990 

362 



5,855 



160 
173 



33 

299 
1 



333 



3,873 
3,638 



618 

2,574 

2,951 

1,289 

79 



2,644 
320 
1,210 
2,277 
1,060 



1,724 
246 
621 

1,734 

127 

2,260 

799 



188 
169 



42 
116 
128 

67 
4 



65 

41 

153 

95 

3 



157 

6 

21 

51 

4 

103 

15 



40 



1 
TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table vi. Infirmities — Unsound mind. 



Classes. 




1901. 



Quebec. 



By sex — 

Male 

Female 

By age— 

Under 20 years..- 

20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years. 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or origins- 
English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation^ — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional . . 

Non-productive 

Not given 



By sex — 

Male. .. 
Female 



The Territories.2 



By age- 
Under 20 years .... 
20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years . 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or origins- 
English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation* — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial , 

Domestic and labourer , 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



1,768 
1,632 



782 

1,302 

802 

414 



3,300 



^Not taken in 1871-81-91. 
^Censub of inErmitiea not taken in 1871. 



1,612 
1,319 



716 

1,027 

772 

413 

3 



2,931 



10 



/ 



I 



2,466 
2,084 



590 

3,848 

112 



4,550 



16 
10 



8 
18 



26 



2,724 
2,6:fl 



587 
2,028 
1,758 

848 
2i 



343 
4,D11 
170 
57« 
143 



1,429 
179 
452 
836 
HI 

2,078 
160 



36 
26 



19 

28 
6 
7 
3 



15 

5 

5 

14 

23 



39 
4 
2 
6 
1 
2 
8 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 



41 



POPULATION. 
Table vii. Infirmities — Deaf and dumb. 



Classes. 




1901. 



Canada. 



s 

years . 
D years . 
3 years 
years 
3 years 
over.. 



n 



2 



iom 
es. . 



ve 



in 1871-81, 
in 1871-81-91. 



2,049 
1,740 



3,789 



3,789 



i 

2,939 

2,467 



6,396 



5,396 



] 



J 



2,590 
2,229 



1,622 



y 3,189 



8 



4,819 



\ 



3,331 
2,843 



161 

518 

1,269 

2,035 

1,224 

737 

214 

16 



1,188 
2,657 
345 
907 
806 
271 



5,400 
522 
252 



2,669 
293 

1,000 
309 
446 
85 
813 
559 



:J 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



Table 


POPULATION. 
11. laflrniities— Deaf 


tmdd 


jmb. 




Clasue. 


1871. 


1881. 


1891. 


1901. 


British Columbia.' 

ySl. . : : 

female 






16 

11 

27 

27 

19 

30 

49 


31 
13 

} '^ 

G3 

at 

35 

} " 

103 


38 


20 to under 40 years 

« to under 60 yean. 

OverWjears. 


J! 


By race or origin' — 
W"h.... 










: ■ 
















Other races 

By occupation^— 


a 


Commercial 


14 










Won -prod uctiva. 


! 


Manitoba.i 

'ar. 

Female 

Byage"- 


1(8 

m 


20 to under 40 years 

40 to under 60 years ., 

OvereOyeare 


ii» 

4S 

I 


%^.r'*-7 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Otherraces 


7 

a 
a 

41 

s 


Industrial 






1 

: 


Pcofusnonal 












' Cemug of iaSrmitisa DO 
"Not totea in lSTl-81. 


t taken in 1871. 
= Not token 


nien-av- 


ft\. 





CENSUS STATISTICS. 



43 



POPULATION. 
Table vii. Infirmities — Deaf and dumb. 




New Brunswick, 



20 years . . . 
Qder 40 years , 
Qder 60 years . 

) years 

ven 



)r origin^ — 

a 

I 



races. 



lation^ — 

Itural 

3rcial 

rial 

tic and labourer 

donal 

•cxJuctive 



v'en 



Nova Scotia. 



20 years 

nder 40 years, 
nder 60 years , 

years 

ven 



5r ongin^ 
b 



races. 



)ation2 — 

Itural 

ercial 

rial 

tic aud labourer 

aiional 

•oductive 

ven 



172 
134 



306 



306 



238 
203 



441 



441 



243 
158 



401 



401 



325 
256 



581 



^%\\ 



204 
150 



122 

231 

1 



354 



270 
225 



178 

315 

2 



\^^ 



239 
204 



91 
83 



136 
126 

57 
101 

23 



223 
23 

84 
69 
8 
17 
19 



362 
265 



260 
160 
106 
101 



205 

101 

183 

80 

58 



255 

27 

69 

80 

4 



taken in 1871-81. 



2 Not taken in 1871-81-91. 



44 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 190o. 



POPULATION. 
Table vii. Infirmities — Deaf and dumb. 



Classes 




By sex — 
Male . . . 
Female 



Ontario. 



776 
636 



By age^ — 

Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or origins- 
English 

French . 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races . . . 



1,412 



By occupation^ — 

Afifricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



Prince Ed'ward Island.^ 
By sex — 

Male 

Female 

By age^— 

Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years 

40 to under 60 years 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



1,412 



l,09« 
865 



1,963 



1.963 



65 

67 



By race or origin^ — 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation^— 

Agricult'.irai 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



122 



122 



} 



iNot ta ken in 1871-8h 2 ]SIot taken m lft7\-%V-^\. 

Census o/ infirmities not takon in 1871. 



887 
716 



467 

1,134 

2 



1,603 



45 
42 



28 
59 



87 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 



45 



POPULATION. 
Table vii. Infirmities — Deaf and dumb. 



Classes. 




1901. 



By sex — 
Male . . 

Female. 



Quebec. 



By age^— 

Under 20 years... . 
^ to under 40 years. 
40 to under 60 years. 

Over 60 years 

Not given. 



By race or orig^n^ 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation — • 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer. 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



By sex — 
Male . 
Female , 



The Territories.^ 



By age*— 
Under 20 years . ... 
20 to under 40 years. 
40 to under 60 years. 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By 1 ace or origfin^ — 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish .,. 

Other races 



By occupation^ — 

Agrictaltural 

Cominercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer. 

Professional 

Non-iiroductive 

Not given 



863 
767 



1,630 



1,630 



1,153 
1,072 



2,225 



2,225 



20 

8 



28 



28 



} 



} 



1 Not taken in 1871-81. 2Xot taken in 1871-81-91. 

3 Cenaua of inGrmitieti not taken in 1871. 



1,074 
1,034 



778 

1,327 

3 



2,108 



16 
10 



7 
19 



26 



1,265 
1,223 



812 
881 
449 
346 



106 

2,168 

62 

126 

26 



1,045 
102 
407 
342 
25 
463 
104 



74 
44 



39 
37 
25 
17 



21 
3 
7 

14 
73 



67 
4 
5 
9 

5 
28 



46 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table viii. Infirmities — Blind. 



Classes. 



By sex — 

s Male- . . 
Female , 




Canada. 



By age- 
Under 5 years 

5 to under 10 years . . 
10 to under 20 years . 
20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years. 
60 to under 80 years. 
80 years and over . . . . 
Not given 



By race or origin^ — 

English 

French.. 

German 

Irish 

Scotch 

Other races 



By birthplace^ — 

Canada 

United Kingdom.. 
Other countries . . . 



By occupation^ — 

Agricultural. . . . 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic 

Labourer 

Professional . . . . 
Non-productive. 
^ot given 



1,409 
1167 



414 

465 
524 
860 
310 
3 



^ 



2,576| 



1,714 
1,303 



543 

524 
621 
898 
393 
38 



3,017 



1^9 
1,529 



443 



2,918 



3,368 



^JVot taken in 1871-81-91. 



CZN8U8 STATISTICS. 



47 



POPULATION. 



Table viii. Infirmities — Blind. 



Olasaes. 




1881. 



British Columbia. ^ 



.sex — 
Male . . . 
Female , 



By age- 
Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years. 
40 to under 60 years. 

Over (K) years 

Not given 



By race or origin^ 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races . . . . 



By occupation'-^ — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer. . 

Professional ... 

Non-productive 

Not given 



By sex — 

Male. . . 
Female , 



Manitoba.^ 



By age- 
Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years , 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



\ 



By race or origin^ — 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation^ — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial .- 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



^Census of inSrmities not taken in 1871-81-91. 
2Not taken in 1871-81-91. 



79 
49 



7 
91 
30 



128 



12 
19 



10 

20 

1 



} 



311 



23 
13 



3 
33 



36 



1891. 


1901. 


87 


65 


41 


50« 


6 


4 


•V 


11 


122 


17 




70 


— 


13 


. 


3 


— 


1 


— 


4 


— 


3 


— 


104 




10 


- 


2 


— 


3 


— 


2 


- 


2 


128 


96 



67 
37 



13 
21 
22 
45 
3 



17 
9 
11 
12 
55 



37 
2 
4 
9 

5 
47 



48 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 

Table viii. Infirmities — Blind. 



Classes. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



1901. 



New Brunswick. 



By sex- 
Male 

^ Female 

Byage— 

U nder 20 years 

20 to under 40 years. 
40 to under fiO years, 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



3y race or origin^ — 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish . 

Other races 



By occupation' — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional. 

Non-productive 

Not given 



Nova Scotia. 



By sex — 
Male . . . 
Female , 



By age- 
Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years . 
40 to under 60 years . 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or origins- 
English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races 



By occupation' — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer . 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



119 
97 



39 
41 
43 
93 



216 



167 
171 



48 

54 

56 

168 

2 



328 



126 
86 



40 
38 
43 
91 



212 



194 
165 



•61 
68 
56 

174 



359 



} 



} 



145 
107 



56 

195 

1 



252 



163 
120 



38 

53 

62 

130 



73 
«l 
82 
73 

18 



126 
14 
30 
23 
9 
29 
52 



217 


293 


189 


192 


49 


162 




77 


a56 


84 




172 


1 


— 




160 


_ 


57 


_ 


148 


_ 


61 


— 


59 




174 




19 




29 




36 


„ 


23 




151 


406 


53 



^Not taken in 1871-81-91. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 
POPULAtlON. 



49 



Table viii. Infirmities — Blind. 




By sex- 
Male 
Female 

By age- 
Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years. 
40 to under 60 years. 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



164 
189 
224 
431 
1 



By race or origin — 

English 

French. 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races .... 



By occupation — 

Agricultural 

GommerciaL 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer. 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



Prince Edward Island. ^ 



By sex — 
Male. . 
Female . 



187 
200 
254 
459 
2 



} 



1,009 



By age- 
Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years. 
40 to under 60 years 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or orig^i 2 — 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Other raote 

By occupat'on ^ — 

Agricultural 

Con?mercial . 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive .... 
Not given 



1,102 



35 
33 



8 
11 
19 
30 



} 



(>8. 



128 

1,096 

3 



1,227 



44 
38 



7 

74 

1 



^\ 



1 Census of inBrmities not t&ken in 1871. 2 Not taken in 1871-ft\-^\. 
d — V n. — 



81 

179 

246 

555 

2 



301 
92 
199 
296 
175 



370 
74 

129 
83 
34 

131 

242 



44 
23 



9 

6 

12 

40 



9 
13 
32 
12 

1 



44 
1 
1 
2 

1 
8 



50 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table viii. Inj&rmities — Blind. 



Classes. 




1901. 



Quebec. 



By sex — 
Male. . , 
Female , 



By age^ 

Under 20 years 

20 to under 40 years. 
40 to under 60 years 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or origins- 
English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other races. . . . 



By occupation^ — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

Non-productive 

Not given 



548 
475 



163 
181 
201 

478 



1,023 



The Territories. 



By sex — 
Male. . . 
Female. 



By age- 
Under 20 years .... 
20 to under 40 years , 
40 to under 60 years , 

Over 60 years 

Not given 



By race or origin^ — 

English 

French 

Scotch 

Irish 

Other race.^ 



By occupation^ — 

Agricultural 

Commercial 

Industrial 

Domestic and labourer 

Professional 

^on-productive. 

Not given 



• "-\ 



607 
495 



230 
179 
213 
480 



1,102 



} 



} 



-Jv 



601 
618 



190 

1,028 

1 



1,219 



553 

482 



127 
199 
224 
485 



60 

83S 

'SI 

90 

16 



382 
64 
87 

113 
31 

264 
94 



8 


57 


8 


57 


4 


17 




19 


12 


30 




48 




9 




1 




7 




2 


— 


95 




44 




1 




2 




2 




1 




8 


1R 


62 



^ JVot taken in 1871-81-91. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 51 , 

POPULATION. 
Table ix. Infirmities — Totals of unsound mind, deaf and dumb, and blind. 



Classes. 




1901. 



Canada. 



By sex — 

Male . . 

Female . 



By age- 
Under 5 years 

5 to under 10 years .- . 
10 to under 20 years. . . 

20 to under 40 years . . . 

40 to under 60 years. . . 

60 to under 80 years. . . 

80 years and over 

, Not given 



• • « • 



By race or origini- 

English 

French 

German 

Irish.... 

Scotch 

Other races 



By birthplace!— 

Canada 

United Kingdom 
Other countries . . 



By occupation! 
Agricultural 
Oommercial. 
Industrial . . 
I^'Daestic . . . 
^bourer . . . 



Non-productive 
"Otgiven , 



^ Xot taken for 1871-81-91. 

«8 Y«Ba 



8,481 
7,304 



] 

[ 2,478 



J 



4,272 
2,911 
1,827 
434 
3,866 



15,788 



10,027 
8,275 



2,556 

4,184 
3,412 
1,987 
545 
5,618 



18,302 



11,591 
9,951 



3,522 



18,020 



21,542 



14,033 
12,115 



276 

857 

2,864 

8,688 

7,968 

4,288 

961 

246 



5,906 
8,563 
1,175 
5,123 
3,597 
1,784 



21,401 
3,258 
1,489 



8,328 
1,037 
2,617 
2,012 
2,181 
485 
6,995 
2,493 



52 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table x. Families and houses. 



Glasses. 




Canada. 

No. of families 

No. of houses in constructioD, vacant and oc- 
cupied 

, British Columbia.^ 

No. of families 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied 

Manitoba.^ 



No. of families , 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied 



New Brunswick. 



No. of families 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied 



No va Scotia. 



No. of families 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied 

O n t ario. 



No. of families 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied , 

"Prince Edward Island.^ 

No. of families 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied 

Quebec. 

No. of families 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied 

The Territories.! 

No. of families 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied 

Unorganized Territories .2 

No. of families 

No. of houses in construction, vacant and oc- 
cupied 



622,719 


812,136 


921,652 


608,663 


809,482 


942,696 


— 


10,439 


20,718 


— 


11,682 


21,965 


— 


14,169 


31,786 




14,785 


33,346 


49,384 


56,948 


58,-462 


46,t)40 


54,464 


58,404 


67,811 


79,596 


83,733! 

1 


66,303 


78,285 


83,471 

1 


292,221 


366,444 


1 
414,798 


299,345 


382,087 


433,462 




17,^3 


18,601 


— 


18,659 


19,265 


213,303 


•254,841 


271,991 


196,875 


237,788 


269,732 


— 


11,726 


14,415' 


— 


11,782 


16,151 


— 


— 


7,148 


- 


• 


6,900| 



1 Not taken in 1871. 2 Not taken in 1871-81. 



CBITBUB STATISTICS. 

POPTTLATION. 

Tablk zi. Houses and fRmilies, 1901. 



autiea. 


Canada.- 


BritUh 

Columbia. 


Manitoba. 


^ew 

wick. 


Nova 
Scotia. 


Total houseg. - . . 

Wood 

Brick 

Stone 

ComiMwite. 

All other. ., . 

Occupied houses h« ring- 
One faiDJly 

TwofftiniBwi. 

Th««, families 

Four familiea nod over 

Total families 

Fauiiliea occuiijinf— 
One room 


1.068.961 

767,4'M 

167,384 
29,922 
43,923 
60,318 

985,163 

29:563 

2,618 

96S 

l,07a747 

16,154 

74,715 
87,674 
143,874 
131,781 
488.786 
73,632 


38,217 

31,768 
94j 
67 
182 

5,263 

36,982 
738 
131 
129 

38,446 

9,916 
1.294 
3.663 
4,7« 
4.096 
10.14! 


52,560 

46,678 
2609 
'362 
863 
3,038 

837 
81 
S4 

61,056 

7,524 
8,953 
7,290 
6,777 
5,856 
13.535 
1,116 

Quebec. 


60,604 

57,043 

780 
120 
15 

2,546 

54.603 
3:0I7 
442 

164 
62,695 

1,479 
4,497 

?!S5 

7,104 
30.132 

6.290 

The 
Terri- 
tories. 


87,889 

86,240 

339 

119 

22 

1,179 

81,800 

3,106 

303 

104 

89,386 

],118 






Four room*. 

Five rooms 

Sii to ten rooms 

Eleven roonu and over 


12,116 
11,392 

46,509 
7,193 




Ontario. 


P. E. 
Island. 


Unor- 
tories. 


Total hoiweB 

Wood 

Brick 

Stone 

Compoeita 


459.742 

290,156 
106.859 
11.189 
36.467 
1R071 

438.047 

7,674 

399 

135 

455.264 

8,484 
17.7-lfi 
28.373 
47,560 
54,686 
260,935 
37,481 


19,182 

18,742 
!^ 
1' 

361 

18,330 
187 
12 

18.746 

204 
SGfl 
1.382 
2,281 
21214 
9,975 
1,821 


305,527 

212,869 
55,196 
17,739 
4,381 
15,342 

277,070 

12,579 

1,09!) 

261 

307,304 

8.566 

ss 

6H.H04 
43,633 
112,418 


34.171 

24.908 

606 

322 

1,992 

6,343 

30.490 
1,425 

12C 
34,291 

8,879 
8,113 
4.88! 
4:037 
2,800 

[ '■'& 


11,169 
11,169 


Occupied liouses having— 




Two familiwi 


i- 13.560 


Four fainiliea and over 

ToUlfamilies 

lamiliee ocoupyiuR- 

Oneroom 

Tworoomi 

TbrooroomB. 

issr 


13,560 






Eleven rooms and over. 





THE CASADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
POPULATION. 



Classea. 


1871. 


1881. 


1891, : 


Canada. 
Population five yeajB and ov 




3,486,761 
2,976,088 
681,891 
361,122 
330,769 

285,694 
244,668 
38,511 
20,317 
18.194 

387.800 
334,127 
78.488 
40.7.-13 
37,735 

- 


4,324,810 
3:7341359 
788.577 
408.387 
380,190 

49,469 
41,602 
4.305 
2.219 
2.086 

65.954 
66.137 
6,779 
3,603 
3.176 

321,233 
277,786 
53.809 
27,867 
25.942 


4.883.239 
4,229,634 

207,126 
3,176.867 

98,173 
88,337 

719 
63.256 

162,506 
130,098 

2.974 
106.250 

321,263 
281,440 

208,819 

460.396 
398,391 

27,6!M 
303,137 


a. 














No. of five years and over can read only . . . . 


3. 


No. cannot read 

British Colun 
Total population 


bia,' 

r. 






Female ... 

No. of gve years and Over ua 


I'r^oniy.:: ' 




No. cannot read 

Manitoba.' 
Total population , 




Male 

Female 

No. of five years and over can read only. . . , 

Na can read and write 

No. cannot read 

New Brunswick. 




Population five years and over. 








Female 

No. of five years and over can read only. , . , . 
No. can read and write 




Nova Scot 
Population five years and ov 


- 


8- 


672 
116 
!tl5 
308 
607 








Male 

Female 

No. of five years and over oa 


read only , , , 




No. cannot read 


- 





' Not taken in 1871. 



CENSUS STATI8TI08. 



55 



POPULATION. 



TABLiE XII. Education of the people — School attendance and educational 

status. 




Ontario. 



Total population ^ 

Population five years and over 

No. at school 

Male. 

Female 

No. of five years and over can read only 

No. can read and write 

No. cannot read 



Prince Edward Island.^ 

Total population , 

Population five years and over 

No. at school 

Male 

Female 

No. of five years and over can read only 

^0. can read and write , 

No. cannot read 



Quebec. 

Total population 

Population five years and over. 

^0- at school ■ 

Male 

Pemale , 

No. of five years and over can read only 

No. can read and write 

^0. cannot read 



The Territories.! 



Total population..... 

population five years and over. 

No. at school 

Male. 



.6. 



^0. of five years and over can read only 

No, Can read and write 

^0. cannot read 



Unorganized Territories.^ 

Total population 

y>pulation five years and over 

*^o. at school 

Male 



e. 



^^ of five years and over can read only . . 

^0. can read and write 

No. cannot read 



1,620,851 

1,388,255 

379,586 

196,284 

183,302 



1,191,516 

1,009,038 

185,306 

93,768 

91,538 



1,923,228 

1,671,175 

405,857 

211,659 

194,198 



108,891 
94,304 
22,711 
11,998 
10,713 



2,114,321 
1,874,474 



56,052 
1,604,016 



109,078 
96,152 



8,235 
73,717 



l,359,027i l,488,5a5 
1,152,5481 1,269,546 
209,6231 
106, 426 1 
103,197 

94,584 
784,026 



56,446; 

54,7021 
5781 
3071 
271 1 



66,799 
59,236 



968 
35,309 



32,168 
31,960 



4 

137; 
- 1 



2,182,947 

1,958,365 

382,178 

195,359 

186,819 

28,830 

1,758,427 

171,378 



103,259 
91,860 
21,512 
ll,2n0 
10,252 

4,691 
77,372 

9,807 



1,648,898 

1,411,295 

281,681 

142,235 

139,446 

61,614 

1,099,693 

250,017 



158,940 

135,768 

17,854 

9,264 

8,590 

1,458 

91,811 

42,491 



52,709 

50,542 

976 

518 

458 

274 

21,468 

28,800 



' Not taken in 1871. 2 Not taken in 1871-81. 



54 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 

Table xii. Education of the people — School attendance and educational 

status. 



Classes. 




1901. 



Canada. 

Total population 

Population five years and over 

No. at school 

Male ' 

Female 

No. of five years and over can read only 

No. can read and write 

No. cannot read 



British Columbia. ^ 

Total population 

Population five years and over. 

No. at school 

Male 

Female 

No. of five years and over can read only . . . 

No. can read and write 

No. cannot read . 



Manitoba. 1 



Toljal population 

Population five years and over ... 

No. at school 

Female 

No. of five years and over can read only. 

No. can read and write 

No. cannot read 



New Brunswick. 

Total population 

Population five years and over 

No. at school 

Male , 

Female , 

No. of five years and over can read only 

No. can read and write 

No. cannot read 



Nova Scotia. 

Total population 

Population five years and over 

No. at school 

Male 

Female 

No. of five years and over can read only 

No. can read and write 

iVa cannot read 



3,485,761 

2,976,088 

681,891 

351,122 

330,769 



285,594 

244,668 

38,511 

20,317 

18,194 



387,800 

334,127 

78,488 

40,753 

37,735 



4,324,810 

3,734,359 

788,577 

408,387 

380,190 



49,459 

44,602 

4,305 

2,219 

2,086 



65,954 

56,137 

6,779 

3,603 

3,176 



321,233 

277,786 

53,809 

27,867 

25,942 



440,572 

383,115 

84,915 

44,308 

40,607 



4,833,239 
4,229,634 



207,126 
3,17^,667 



98,173 

88,337 



719 
63,256 



152,506 
130,098 



2,974 
106,250 



321,263 
281,440 



16,006 
206,819 



450,396 
398,391 



27,584 
303,137 



5,371,315 
4,728,330 
911,661 
463, H46 
448,015 
129,584 
3,918,915 
680,132 



178,657 

163,336 

20,262 

10,305 

9,957 

973 

121,782 

40,581 



255,211 

219,290 

43,560 

22,256 

21,304 

3,083 

184,295 

31,912 



331,120 
290,732 
69,278 
30,039 
29,234 
10,618 
233,060 
47,064 



469,574 
407,152 
84,366 
42,410 
41,966 
18.143 
331,007 
68,008 



' Not taken in 1871. 



CBSI8US STATISTICS. 
POPULATION. 



Popuktion five years and over 

No-atsohool 

Male 


No. of five years and over m 


readonly .. 


No. cannot read 

Prince Edward 


Island.' 


No. »t school 




No. of five yeacB and over c»i 


fea-lo-Jy 




Quebec. 


Population five years and over 


Male 


No. of five fears and over can read only . , . 




The Territories." 


No. atflchool 

Male 

Female 







Unorganized Terr itoriea.a 

Total population 

Population five years and over. 

No. at Hchool. 

Male. 

Female 

Na of .five years and over can read only . . 

Na can read and write 

No. cannot read. 

'Not ttken ia 1871. ^Nol taken in 1871-8: 



1,388,256 
379,586 
196,284 
183,802 



3. 182,947 

1,»5S,365 
382.178 
195.3B9 



21,512 
ll,3i*i0 
10,262 



1,359,0271 
1,152,648' 
20»,l>23| 
106,426! 



1,488,5351 1,B48,89» 



784,026| 1,099,693 



58 



THE CANADA TJ^AR BOCK 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table xiv. Schools, colleges and universities, 1901. 



Glasses. 



Number. 



Rooms. 



Teachers 

and 
professors. 



PupiJs 
and 
studeacfi. 



Canada. 

Totals 

Academies 

Agricultural colleges 

Business colleges 

Colleges, not specified 

Collegiate institutes. 

Dental colleges 

High schools 

Indian schools 

Ladies' colleges 

Normal schools 

Private schools 

Public schools 

Schools of pharmacy 

Seminaries 

Universities , 



British Columbia. 



Totals 

Business colleges 

Colleges, not specified. 

High schools 

Normal schools 

Private schools 

Public schools 

Seminariei!' 



Manitoba. 



Totals 

Coll^ges, not specified. 
Collegiate institutes. . 

Indian schools 

Ladies' cpUeges 

Normal schools 

Public schools 



New Brunswick. 



Totals . . . ; 

Academies 

Business colleges ... . 

Colleges, not specified. 

High schools 

Ladies' colleges 

Normal schools 

Private schools 

JPabhc schools. 

Universities. 



16,560 


32,299 


107 


788 


3 


175 


16 


99 


83 


2,374 


41 


321 


1 


5 


98 


385 


3 


40 


17 


399 


10 


100 


21 


265 


16,144 


27,009 


1 


30 


2 


20 


13 


289 



294 
1 
3 
2 
1 
8 

277 
2 



1,058 
8 
3 
3 
1 
1 

1,042 



1,334 
2 
1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
2 

1,319 



600 

7 

14 

10 

3 

42 

504 

20 



1,516 
98 

40 

10 

3 

1,365 



i 



2,135 

33 

3 

35 

38 

130 

10 

20 

1,806, 



27,941 
987 
22 
116 
689 
278 

381 

10^ 

94 

103 

24,726 

5 

7 

424 



565; 

9 

9 

10 

3 

25 

502 

7 



1,309 



3 

1,306 



887,624 

23,725 

500 

l,8ir 

12,660 

10,151 

149 

13,268 

169 

1,790 

1,535 

2,101 

812,635 

140 

124 

6,«60 



18,464 

176 

68 

315 

51 

507 

17,222 

124 



38,603 
496 
682 
169 
27 
177 

37,052 



1,802 


52,^1 


6 


140 


4 


80 


10 


270 


36 


1,309 


13 


178 


7 


290 


17 


67 


1,680 


48,195 


'la 


I 1,392 



CENSUS ^STATISTICS. 



59 



POPULATION. 
Table xiv. Schools, colleges and universities, 1901. 



Classes. 



Number. 



Rooms. 



Teachers 

and 
professors. 



Pupils 

and 

students* 



Nova Scotia. 



not specified. 
! institutes . 

x)ls 

>lleges 

3bools 

ihools 

lools 



les 



Ontario. 



8 

ral colleges. 

K)lleges 

Qot specified 
! institutes . . 

lieges 

K)ls 

lieges 

chools 

:hools 

hools 

• pharmacy . 



les 



ince Edward Island. 



Qot specified . 
hools 



Quebec. 



ral colleges. 

x)lleges 

not specified 

>lleges 

chools 

hools 



les 



The Territories. 



QOt specified 

lols . 

ihools 

\ool8. 



1,732 
4 
1 

19 
2 
1 
5 

1,698 
2 



6,850 

5 

1 

11 

17 

37 

1 

73 
7 
3 
5 
5,684 
1 
5 



477 

2 

475 



481 
1 
1 
\ 

478\ 



2,764 

58 

4 

82 

34 

104 

2,389! 

93 



595 

27 

5:; 8 



5,334 


12,762 


100 


687 


2 


47 


3 


22 


46 


1,656 


6 


193 


3 


64 


5,171 


10,021 


3 


72 



651 
3 

7 






2,544 

46 

4 

76 

7 

40 

2,304 

67 



11,276 


10,076 


68 


23 


128 


22 


67 


70 


483 


32 


317 


274 


5 


— 


248 


252 


32 


53 


20 


24 


' 93 


19 


9,721 


9,236 


30 


5 


64 


66 



573 

20 

553 



10,471 
958 

33 

568 

43 

50 

8,557 

262 



601 
4 

7 






89,951 

320 

43 

3,241 

134 

240 

965 

84,368 

640 



370,458 

472 

359 

1,062 

1,539 

9,426 

149 

8,082 

580 

425 

545 

344,739 

140 

2,940 



17,181 

330 

16,851 



284,422 

23,113 

141 

499 

9,587 

871 

352 

247,971 

1,888 



16,324 
50 



60 



T^BLE XV. 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

POPULATION. 
Institutions — Charitable, educational and penal 



Classes of institutions. 



1871. 



NO. 



inmates. 



1881. 



NO. 



inmates. 



1891. 



NO. 



inmates. 



1901. 



NO. 



inmates. 



Canada. 

Hospitals 

Orphanafires 

Lunatic asylums 

Blind, deaf and dumb 

Universities and collies . . 

Ladies' colleges 

Penitentiaries and reform- 
atories 

Other institutions 



British Columbia.^ 

Hospitals 

Orphanages 

Liinatic asylums 

. Blind, deaf and dumb 

Universities and colleges. . 

Ladies' colleges. 

Penitentiaries and reform- 
atories 

Other institutions 

, Manitoba.^ 

Hospitals 

Orphanages 

Lunatic asylums 

Blind, deaf and dumb. . . . 
Universities and colleges . . 

Ladies' colleges 

Penitentiaries and reform- 
atories 

Other institutions 

New Brunswick. 

Hospitals. 

Orphanages 

Lunatic asylums 

Blind, deaf and dumb 

Universities and colleges. . 

Ladies' colleges 

Penitentiaries and reform- 
atories 

Other institutions 

Nova Scotia. 

Hospitals 

Orphanages 

Lunatic asylums 

Blind, deaf and dumb 

Uniyersit'es and colleges. . 

Ladies' colleges 

Benitenti&riea and reform- 
atoriea.. 

OthQF ins titutions. 

^JVot taken in 1871. 



38 
23 

7 

76 
162 

98 
80 



15 

9 



3 
2 

1 

7 
5 

21 
13 



1,816 
1,377 
2,823 

5,145 
7,756 

2,399 
4,305 



84 

77 

244 

235 
137 

180 
306 



44 

47 

260 

176 
140 

232, 

658\ 



83 
46 
13 

85 
274 

114 
85 



10 
4 
1 

4 
10 

16 
8 



6 
7 
1 

10 
14 

19 
1» 



6,118 
2,770 
4,665 

6,943 
13,064 

3,393 
4,431 



93 
23 
50 

7 
261 

123 



36 
27 



201 
313 

75 
10 



107 
126 
324 

289 
328 

258 
331 



80 
215 
443 

79 
197 

11^\ 



124 

41 

17 

8 

112 

318 

158 
116 



12 
1 
1 

5 

14 
4 



11 
2 
1 
1 
5 

13 

19 
12 



12 

6 

5 

2 

10 

19 

^. 



4,781 
3,827 
7,029 
754 
8,168 
15,302 

4,424 
5,926 



200 

46 

117 

142 
143 

216 
31 



84 

49 

109 

32 

179 

263 

179 
116 



240 
34 

466 
19 

318 

449 

287 
326 



233 
212 
606 
111 
149 
690 



152 

63 

39 

9 

118 

317 

112 
196 



17 
5 
1 

4 
3 

10 

8 



6 
7 
2 
1 
6 
3 

3 
4 



1931 



1 
1 
1 
6 
13 

14 
15 



11 
5 
9 
2 
6 

21 

20 



7,007 

5,229 

11,679 

1,318 

10,100 

20,329 

3,727 
9,998 



943 
114 
261 

244 
76 

404 
335 



216 
647 
344 

59 
426 

43 

186 
188 



93 
664 

48 

1,742 

462 

300 

618 



173 
242 
1,490 
240 
960 
396 

90 



CENBUB 8TATI8TI08. 



61 



POPULATION. 
Table xy. Institutions — Charitable, educational and penal. 



Classes of institutions. 



1871. 



NO. 



inmates. 



1881. 



1891. 



NO. 



inmates. 



NO. 



inmates. 



1901. 



NO. 



inmates. 



Ontario. 

Hospitals 

Orpnanafifes 

Lunatic asylums . . . . 

Blind, deaf and dumb 

Universities and colleges. . 

Ladies' (M)Uege8 

Penitentiaries and reform- 
atories . 

Other institutions. 



Prince Edward Islands 

Hospitals 

Orphanages 

Lunatic asylums 

Blind, deaf and dumb. . . . 
Universities and colleges . . 

Ladies' colleges 

Penitentiaries and reform- 
atories 

Other institutions 



Quebec. 

Hospitals 

Orphanages 

Lunatic asylums 

Blind, deaf and dumb 

Universities and colleges . . 

Ladies' colleges 

Penitentiaries and reform- 
atories 

Other institutions 



The Territories. ' 

Hospitals 

Orphanages 

Lunatic asylums 

Blind, deaf and dumb 

Universities and collies . . 

Ladies' colleges. 

Penitentiaries and reform 

atones 

Other institutions 



17 
38 

39 
25 



17 

10 

2 

46 
120 

23 
33 



345 

539 

1,387 

1,014 
1,165 

1,321 
1,405 



_ I 



1,343 
714 
932 

3,720 
6,308 

666 
1,937 



21 

22 

5 

17 
44 

45 
81 



29 

11 

3 

44 
186 

21 
32 







699 


39 


1,291 


15 


2,727 


5 


— 


2 


874 


34 


1,711 


53 


1,619 


56 


1,594 


50 


60 


2 


98 


1 


58 


2 


133 


5 


27 


3 




1 


3,987 


43 


1,088 


15 


1,013 


3 


^ 


2 


4,425 


51 


10,101 


208 


1,178 


24 


1,142 


25 


56 


3 


— 


1 


10 


— 


20 


7 


— 


5 


- 


— 



1,262 
1,554! 
3,4501 
395 
1,706 
1,562 

2,200 
2,929 



12 

128 

76 
93 

38 
46 



2,741 
1,932 
2,254 
197 
5,598 
11,877 

1,286 
1,661 



9 



265 



25 



59 
25 
10 
2 
36 
45 

43 

86 



43 
20 
15 
3 
54 
221 

18 
43 



15 



1 
3 

2 



1,853 
1,882 
4,609 
445 
6,189 
2,039 

1,671 
4,774 



46 

189 

360 
700 

8 
49 



3,639 

2,401 

4,222 

526 

12,115 

16,454 

1,059 
2,896 



137 



50 
159 

9 



^Not taken in 1871. 



62 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table xvi. Institutions, 1901 — Charitable, penal and other kinds. 



Classes. 



Number. 



Buildings. 



Rooms. 



Inmates. 



Canada. 

Totals 

Asylums 

Convents 

Homes for the aged 

Homes for boys 

Homes for children 

Homes for convalescents 

Homes for foundlings 

Homes for the friendless 

Homes for pirls . 

Homes for incurables 

Homes for infants 

Homes for infirm men 

Homes for nurses 

Homes for orphans 

Homes for women 

Homes, industrial, for women. . . . 
Homes, industrial, not specified. . 

Homes, rescue 

Homes, Salvation Army 

Homes, not specified 

Hospitals, isolation 

Hospitals, maternity 

Hospitals, not specified 

Houses of industry 

Houses of refu;^ • . . 

Houses of providence 

Industrial schools 

Infirmaries ..... 

Institutes, benevolent 

Institutes for the blind 

Institutes for the deaf and dumb. 

Institutes for Indians 

Institutes for nurses 

Lazarettos . 

Mission houses 

Monasteries 

Penitentiaries 

Pest houses 

Piisons 

Reformatories 

Sanitariums 

Seminaries 

Scholasticates 

Shelters for children 

Shelters,- humane society 



870 

39 
300 
7 
6 
8 
3 
1 
6 
4 
6 
2 
8 
3 

36 
2 
1 
2 
6 
1 

28 

9 

1 

142 

45! 

13; 
4 

22 
2 
2 
4 
5 
1 
3 
1 
5 
3 
5 
1 
103 
4 
8 
9 
2 
6 
1 



2,186 

280 

603 

13 

5 

33 

6 

7 
5 

10 
4 

10 
3 

68 
2 
1 
2 
6 
1 

41 

18 

1 

358 

118 

23 

21 

08 
4 
2 
3 

11 
2 
3 
4 

36 
4 

61 

1 

194 

11 

19 

.48 

3 

9 

24 



32,977 

4,999 

9,467 

297 

117 

183 

53 

104 

59 

169 

60 

274 

62 

1,324 

22 

18 

97 

65 

7 

859 

199 

8 

6,407 

1,191 

379 

326 

817 

34i 

53; 

80 

300 

44 

44 

48 

91 

121 

- 155 

4 

2,554 

173 

S7JB 

1,082 

136 

♦ 68 

49 



57,607 

11,679 

18,599 

382 

461 

630 

19 

139 

116 

230 

129 

761 

63 

3,817 

40 

26 

61 

76 

6 

1,233 

170 

4 

6,833 

1,759 

778 

645 

1,321 

60 

164 

407 

911 

120 

36 

18 

wtTX 

195 

1,415 

3 

1,925 

387 

95 

1,495 

81 

58 

36 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



63 



POPULATION. 
Table xvi. Institutions, 1901 — Charitable, penal and other kinds. 



Classes. 



Number. 



Buildings. 



Rooms. 



Inmates. 



British Columbia. 



Totals 

Asylums. . 

Convents 

Homes f oi the aged 

Homes for orphans 

Homes, rescue 

Homes, Salvation Army . 

Homes, not specified 

Hospitals, isolation .... 
Hospitals, not specified . . 

Industrial schools 

Penitentiaries 

Prisons 

Reformatories 



Manitoba. 

Totals ' 

Asylums 

Convents 

Homes for boy^s 

Homies for children 

Homes for girls 

Homes for women 

Homes, rescue 

Hospitals, not specified 

Industrial schools 

Institutes for the deaf and dumb , 

Penitentiaries 

Prisons 



New Brunswick. 

Totals 

Asylums. 

Convents. 

Homes for incurables 

Homes for orphans 

Homes, not specified 

Houses of industry 

Industrial schools . . 

Institutes for the blind 

Lazarettos 

Penitentiaries 

Prisons 

Reformatories 

Nova Scotia. 

Totals... 

Asylums 

Convents 

HomfS for children 

Homes for the aged 

Homes fornuneg 



44 
1 
3 
2 
3 
2 
1 
2 
2 

15 
3 
1 
8 
1 



24 
2 
2 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
5 
3 

-1 
1 
2 



4 
12 



12 
1 



117 
5 
6 
2 
3 
2 
1 
3 
5 
56 
20 
5 
8 
1 



93 
8 
2 
1 

23 
1 
1 
2 

16 
3 
2 

28 
6 



87 

18 
2 
2 
2 

27 
5 
1 
4 

22 
4 




1,831 

250 

95 

99 

62 

22i 

71 

58 

26, 

618 

147 

114 

320, 

13 



762 

116 

24 

4 

82 

12i 
12i 

351 

40| 
7 

98 



1,058 

400 
22 
34 
30 

204 

100 
10 
48 
41 

156 
13 




2,133 

261 

76 

108 

108 

6 

6 

36 

24 

919 

185 

96 

302 

6 



1,556 

344 

16 

52 

456 

3 

19 

36 

216 

169 

59 

140 

46 



1,807 

564 

284 

12 

93 

84 

309 

95 

48 

18 

212 

66 

22 



3,126 

1,490 

322 



61 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table xyi. Institutions, 1 901 ~ Charitable, penal and other kinds. 



Classes. 



Number. 



Buildings. 



Rooms. 



Inmat^:^^ 



Nova Scotia — con. 



Homes for orphans 

Hospitals, isolation 

Hospitals, not specified. 

Houses of industry 

Industrial schools 

Infirmaries 

Institutes for the blind 

Institutes for the deaf and dumb. 

Monasteries 

Prisons 

Seminaries 



Ontario. 



Totals 

Asylums 

Convents . 

Homes for boys 

Ho^es for convalescent? 

Homes for foundlings 

Homes for the friendless 

Homes for ^rls 

Homes for incurables 

Homes for infants 

Homes for infirm men 

Homes for orphans 

Homes for women 

Homes, industrial, for women. . . . 
Homes, industrial, not specified. . 

Homes, rescue .* 

Homes, not specified 

Hospitals, isolation 

Hospitals, maternity 

Hospitals, not specified 

Houses of industry 

Houses of refuge 

Houses of providence 

Industrial schools . ... 

Institutes for the blind ... 

Institutes for the deaf and dumb. 

Institutes for nurses 

Institutes for Indians 

Infirmaries 

Monasteries ... 

Penitentiaries 

Pest houses 

Prisons 

Reformatories . . 

Sanitariums 

Shelters for children 

Shelters, humane society 



2 
2 

9 
16 



20 
1 



263 

10 

38 
4 
2 
1 
6 
3 
3 
2 
8 

13 
1 
1 
2 
2 

15 
3 
1 

55 

13 
8 
4 
5 
1 
1 
3 
1 
1 
2 
1 
1 

41 
1 
3 
6 
1 



2 

3 

25 

40 

1 

1 

1 

2 

2 

32 

1 



05 

86 

57 

3 

2 

7 

4 

4 

4 

10 

26 

1 

1 

2 

2 

20 

6 

1 

113 

33 

18 

21 

13 



3 
2 
3 
2 

28 
1 

79 
2 

12 
9 

24 



49 

19 

182 

346 

16 

34 

30 

80 

51 

201 

40 



9,542 

1,123 

1,253 

89 

31 

104 

47 

57 

60 

274 

384 

10 

18 

97 

26 

505 

94 

8 

2,281 

542 

307 

326 

336 



44 
44 

70 

4 

1,072 

50 

169 

68 

49 



150 

173 
345 

42 

17 
117 
123 



90 
16 



16,643 

4,609 

1,459 

357 

19 

139 

113 

158 

129 

761 

1,199 

21 

26 

61 

34 

787 

101 

4 

1,748 

810 

591 

645 

307 

144 

301 

36 

120 

33 

107 

524 

3 

1,019 

128 

66 

68 

36 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 



65 



POPULATION. 
iBLE XVI. Institutions, 1901 — Charitable, penal and other kinds. 



Classes. 



Number. 



Buildings. 



Rooms. 



Inmates. 



Prince Edward Island. 



ns 

its 

als, not specified . 
i of industry 



Quebec. 



\8 

its 

for the aged 

for boys 

for children 

for convalepcents. . . . 

for incurables 

for nurses 

for orphans 

not specified 

of industry 

of refuge 

lis, isolation 

Ills, not specified 

ial schools 

;es, benevolent 

ses for the blind 

les for the deaf and dumb, 
itiaries 



atones . 
iums . 

ries 

ticates 



The Territories. 



ts ... 

lis, not specified 
ial schools. ..*... 
I houses 

iums 



13 
1 
7 
2 
I 
2 



357 
15 

215 
3 
1 
2 

1 

o 

2 

17 

10 

4 

5 

2 

41 

2 

2 

1 

2 

1 

16 

1 

2 

8 

2 



35 
3 

15 
7 
5 
2 
3 



19 
1 
8 
3 
5 
2 



912 

145 

462 

9 

1 

3 

4 

4 

2 

35 

10 

13 

5 

4 

109 

3 

2 

1 

7 

35 
4 
4 

47 
3 



170 
22 
S6 
63 
36 
10 
3 



193 

91 
56 
14 
32 



16,606 

2,838 

7,128 

127 

24 

69 

22 

90 

30 

795 

266 

85 

72 

CO 

2,649 

:^ 

53 

40 

213 

669 

97 

59 

1,042 

136 



745 
86 

270 

142 

91 

6 

150 



992 

189 

700 

46 

49 

8 



30,326 

4,222 

15,583 

236 

52 

82 

60 

38 

2,267 

326 

248 

187 

45 
3,594 

67 
164 

98 
428 
443 
:^85 
231 

10 
1,479 

81 



1,024 
159 
137 
456 
234 
9 
29 



— Y.B. 



63 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 



Table xvii. Churches and Sunday Schools, 1901, 



Classes. 



Churches. 



NO. 



oommuni- 
cants. 



seating 
capacity. 



Sunday schools. 



NO. 



officers 

and 
tefichers. 



scholars. 



Canada. 

Totals.. 

Adventist 

Anglican 

Baptist . * 

Brethren 

ChHstian 

Christian Science i 

Church of Christ j 

Congregationalist i 

Disciple 

Doukbobor 

Evangelical 

Friends (Quaker) 

Greek Catholic ! 

Holiness Movement (Horner- 

ite) 

Jewish 

Latter Day Saints (Mormon) 

Lutheran 

Mennonite 

Methodist 

Plymouth Brethren 

Presbyterian 

Protestant 

Reformed Episcopal 

Roman Catholic 

Salvation Army 

Tunker 

Union 

Unitarian 

United Brethren (Moravian) 

Universalist 

Various sects . 



• • • • 



British Columbia. 



Totals 

Anglican 

Baptist. . . . 

Congregationalist . . 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Presbyterian ... 
Roman Catholic . . . 
Salvation Army. . 

Union 

Various ftects 



11,D43 

51 

1,872 

1,296 

22 

42 

10 

12 

113 

67 

40 

41 

42 

10 

61 

20 

29 

213 

97 

3,262 

11 

2,203 

5 

7 

1,947 

115 

8 

267 

5 

33 

8 

34 



338 

89 

15 

2 

3 

72 

81 

59 

6 

8 

31 



2,209,392 

2,042 

148,469 

108,217 

1,280 

2,083 

1,019 

825 

10,793 

4,711 

1,261 

3,737 

1,327 

1,280 

1,.^61 

2,351 

3,472 

31,341 

10,101 

270,206 

349 

226,228 

493 

470 

1,356,019 

6,412 

492 

8,524 

625 

1,286 

334 

2,084 



3,485,667 

9,944 

391,287 

331,876 

3,046 

10,020 

2,360 

2,730 

38,095 

15,597 

2,199 

12,140 

10,091 

2,450 

11,019 
5,655 
6,725 

55,177 

23,042 

839,304 

1,110 

633,212 

1,475 

2,350 

98.5,654 

33,627 
1,650 

:«6,782 
1,650 
6.450 
2,005 
6,945 



27,687 

5,193 

1,383 

135 

121 

4,373 

4,555 

11,513 

253 

16. 

145\ 



69,765 

14,698 

4,195 

975 

230 

16,074 

17,855 

12,215 

1,657 

1,2.06 



8,470 

22 

1,234 

971 

12 

35 

7 

7] 

97 

41 

4 

36 
18 



36 

10 

25 

169 

52 

2,648 

2 

1,848 

3 

5 

501 

80 

1 

554 

4 

21 

5 

22 



\ 



252 

62 

12 

2 

3 

57 

67 

25 

5 

17 



75,846 

179 

10,596 

8,648 

83 

254 

41 

58 

1,054 

328 

11 

492 

128 



144 

56 

230 

1,573 

414 

27,521 

11 

17,689 

8 

83 

2,193 

408 

5 

3,228 

29 

174 

37 

171 



^ 



1,837 

398 

130 

24 

17 

565 

608 

96 

19 

63 

\1 



646,455 

907 

93,003 

69,287 

622 

2,010 

227 

429 

8,516 

2,410 

43 

3,388 

926 



1,003 

580 

1,646 

13,083 

3.495 

217,143 

55 

147,062 

178 

672 

49,712 

3,523 

80 

23,727 

179 

1,145 

146 

1,258 



17,914 
3,693 
1,048 

115 

57 
5,255 
4,671 
1,755 

164 
1,026 

140 



OSmiBUS BTATIBTWB. 
POPULATION. 
Churches and Sunday Schools, 1901. 



ChuroheB. 



Total. 

Adventist 

AlWlicM 

Jewi.li 

LoUiCTin 

UelWim. ... 

ftwiinCatJiolic.. 
™?«>oii Army .. 

VlrioMMctg.!!.'. 



ffew Brunswick. ' 

T?»'« . I 1,043 

A(l>{Btgt . ! 

Aoelkan 

&ftist 

G?op«ation«1iBt 

Bi*!'plB 

MtthudiM 

£«*Jt*ri«n.. \ 

n«aiB Catholic 

^lyiliua Army 

VirioiB seota '..... 



TuUli. 

Adventist 

^)km 

™i"ti»o 

S"W«gatiiin«lMt . . 

wtopla 

J^lhfrao 

M«lbodi.t 

^bvterian 

wmuiCstholio.... 
*?»tion Atmy., . 



5J— T.a 



G,056 
6,612 
36,344 
40,381 

17.205 
2.420 
3,414 
2,430 



1.0MO 
30,4G3 
S2,152 



13,192 


47,426 


29,B7.' 


91.2!»( 


23( 


1,03( 






71! 








16,79( 


71.73] 








70,97.' 


30i 


3,00( 


2,252 


10,319 



68 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION. 
Table xvii. Churches and Sunday Schools, 1901. 



Classes. 



Churches. 



NO. 



communi- 
cants. 



seating 
capacity. 



Sunday schools. 



NO. 



officers 

and 
teachers. 



scholars. 



Ontario 

Adventist 

Anglican 

Baptist . . . . 

Believer 

Brethren 

Christian 

Christian Science 

Church of Christ 

Con^regationalist 

Disciple 

Evangelical 

Friends (Quaker) 

Holiness Movetpent ( Horner 

ite) 

Jewish 

Latter Day Saints (Mormon) 

Lutheran 

Mennonite 

Methodist 

New tferusalem 

Plymouth Brethren 

Presbyterian 

Reformed Episcopal 

Roman Catholic 

Salvation Army 

Tunker 

United Br#^thren (Moravian) 

Union 

Universalist 

Variou.1 sects 



Prince Edward Island 



Totals. , 

Anglican 

Baptist 

Christian 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Roman Catholic 

Salvation Army 

Union 

Various sects 



5,920 

9 

919 

447 

3 

16 

35 

9 

8 

67 

49 

41 

40 

45 

7 

20 

144 

71 

2,159 

4 

8 

1,120 

5 

479 

72 

8 

33 

78 

4 

20 



259 
21 
36 

3 
64 
84 
44 

3 



765,972 

221 

81,395 

40,643 

56 

853 

1,636 

994 

463 

6,420 

3,549 

3,737 

1,288 

1,333 

528 

1,324 

22,563 

4,440 

201,a32 

259 

239 

138,284 

402 

24^,694 

4,397 

492 

1,286 

2,498 

119 

1,227 



42,841 

1,311 

2,174 

217 

3,691 

8,447 

26,624 

203 

174 



1,672,019 


4,927 


1,404 


4 


213,588 


665 


122,653 


382 


425 


2 


2,181 


10 


8,290 


29 


2,310 


6 


1,430 


4 


23,005 


61 


11,875 


32 


12,140 


36 


9,811 


17 


8,040 


26 


2,125 


4 


3,455 


17 


39,746 


114 


16,350 


43 


596,116 


1,880 


645 


2 


705 


2 


355,145 


1,002 


1,350 


4 


191,800 


247 


21,965 


50 


1,650 


1 


6,450 


21 


11,700 


250 


950 


2 


4,715 


14 


87,384 


173 


5,120 


15 


8,135 


20 


700 


3 


14,428 


44 


30,083 


70 


27,068 


13 


800 


1 


— 


6 


1,050 


1 



49,514 

30 

6,917 

3,838 

5 

71 

219 

39 

34 

692 

259 

492 

120 

104 

24 

103 

1,261 

382 

20,668 

11 

11 

11,037 

66 

904 

263 

5 

174 

1,641 

18 

126 



1,123 

101 

110 

17 

358 

444 

51 

7 

29 

6 



412,959 

150 

57,627 

31,177 

48 



1,725 

202 

244 

5,666 

1,845 

3,388 

866 

762 

262 

625 

10,003 

3,094 

163,405 

80 

55 

90,130 

552 

23,9.18 

2,404 

80 

1,145 

12,104 

51 

809 



10,554 

1,033 

911 

155 

3,042 

4,009 

1,059 

40 

255 

50 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



69 



POPULATION. 
Table xvii. Churches and Sunday Schools, 1901. 



Classes. 



Churches. 



Sunday schools. 



NO. 



communi- 
cants. 



seating 
capacity. 



NO. 



officers 

and 
teachers. 



scholars. 



Quebec. 

Totals 

Adventist 

Anglican 

Baptist 

Conjp-egationalist 

Holiness Movement (Homer- 

ite) 

Jewish 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Protestant 

Roman Catholic 

Union 

Uniyerealist 

* arious sects 

The Territories. 

Totals 

Anglican 

Baptist 

^ukhobor 

Greek Catholic 

Latter Day Saints (Mormon) 

Lutheran 

Mennonite 

Methodist 

Presbyterian . . . 

Protestant 

joman Catholic 

Salvation Army 

^nion 

' arious sects 



1,649 

19 

260 

43 

20 

14 

7 

4 

182 

148 

3 

919 

16 

3 

11 



553 
2 

22 
40 

5 

7 
23 

3 
104 
146 

2 
75 

6 
20 

8 



955,922 

811 

25,024 

3,126 

2,324 

198 

1,260 

1,190 

14,431 

16,870 

443 

889,055 

692 

137 

361 



35,887 

3,901 

1,186 

1,261 

770 

2,119 

2,177 

100 

4,722 

5,093 

50 

13,172 

236 

449 

652 



769,019 

4,660 

52,147 

11,797 

6,525 

2,679 

2,180 

1,070 

44,159 

43,241 

1,405 

593,066 

2,610 

675 

2,805 



67,536 
9,159 
8,425! 
2,199 
1,290 
3,050 
3,950 
180 

13,043 

15,952 
70 

11,438 
1,226 
1,165 
1,390 



579 

9 

157 

28 

16 

• 

10 

2 

3 

132 

119 

2 

73 

22 

2 

4 



299 

45 

14 

4 

8 
15 

1 
63 
82 

1 
17 

6 
40 

3 



4,101 

47 

907 

218 

184 

40 
4 

19 

1,117 

1,204 

7 

210 

100 

8 

36 



1,608 

169 

80 

11 

127 

29 

9 

422 

469 

1 

46 

22 

200 
23 



42,158 

816 

9,480 

1,886 

1,469 

211 

85 

150 

8.718 

9,904 

166 

8,701 

80S 

45 

248 



13,486 

1,508 

887 

48 

1.021 
401 
100 

2,981 

3,919 

12 

822 

170 

1,377 
245 



TBE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

POPULATION. 

Table xviii. Religious deno mi nations. 

Claesea. 



Total churches . . 

Baptise 

Catholic, Roroan , , 
CoDgregatiobaliBt . 



11.926 
1,296 

1,947 



Lutheraa .... 
Metbodiet ■ . 
PreBbyteriBii. , 
Other bodies.. 



Total churches. . . . 

Baptist 

Catholic, Roman. . . 
CongTf^tioualist . , 

EpiBcopolian 

Lutheran 

Methodiat 

Preebyterian. 

Other bodies . .. 



Total churchea.... 

Baptist 

Catholic, Roman. , . 
CongregatioDalist. . 

BpiscopatiaD 

Lutheran 

Metbodist 

Presby terian 

Otbertodies 

New I 

Total churches ... . 

Baptist 

Catholic. Rrnnun 
Congregationolist.. , 

Gpiacopatian 

Lntheran 

blethodist 

PreBbyterian. 

Other bod Lee 

Nov. 

Total churches 

Baptist 

Oatholio, Roman , . 
CoDtp^gationaliat . . . 
Episcopalian.. .... 

Lutheran 

MeChodlet 

Presbyterian 

Oeber bodies 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 

POPULATION. 
Tablb xyiii. Religious denominations. 



71 



Classes. 




1901. 



Ontario. 



Total churches 

Baptist 

Catholic, Roman . 
Congr^^tionalist . 

Episcopalian 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Presbyterian.. 
Other tx>dies 



Prince Edward Island.^ 



Total churches — 

Baptist 

Catholic, Roman 
Congref^ationalist 

Episcopalian 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Other bodies 



Quebec. 



Total churches 

Baptist 

Catholic, Roman . 
Congrefi^ationalist. . 
Episcopalian.. . 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Other bodies 



The Territories.^ 



Total churches . . . 

Baptist 

Catholic, Roman . 
Congrefir&tionalist. 

Episcopalian 

Lutheran 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Other bodies 



4,093 
279 
293 

511 

1,924 
697 
389 



1,071 

32 

610 

176 

131 
94 

28 



6,075 

389 

367 

71 

680 

89 

2,375 

852 

252 



231 
26 
43 

20 

67 

70 

o 



1,280 

22 

712 

17 

212 

2 

171 

106 

38 



44 

17 

15 

7 
2 
3 



5,799 

516 

465 

79 

897 

120 

2,430 

1,033 

260 



266 
42 
43 

21 

68 
85 

7 



1,508 

33 

825 

17 

249 

3 

209 

148 

24 



145 

1 

37 

37 

28 
42 



6,920 

447 

479 

67 

919 

144 

2,159 

1,120 

586 



262 
39 
44 

21 

64 
84 
10 



1,649 

43 

919 

20 

260 

4 

182 

148 

73 



537 
22 
76 

92 

23 

91 

146 

88 



1 Not taken in 1871. 



72 THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

POPULATION AND HEPRESENTATIOxV. 
Tadle XIX. Population of Canada in 1901, and ^presentation in ' 

House of Commons according to the di^trictH of the Repr&'tental 

Acb- 1903 and 1904. 



Britiab Colum 

Comox-Atlin 

Kootenay. 

Nnndmo . 

New WBBtiaiiuter. 
Yanooiiver, City. 
Viotorin, City. , . 
Y»le and Cariboo . 



Manitoba. 

Brandon. . . 

Daupliin. 

Macdonald ... , 

Partake la Prairie 
Provenoher ... 

Selkirk 

• SouriB 

WinnipBg, City,. 



Glouoestec. 

K™l.,. 

ElDgs ft Albert . 
Nurth urn berland 

ReatJRUuube 

St. John, City Si Countyl 
Sunbury & Vuscn'g. .... 

Victoria I 

WMtiuoi'laad . . . 
York 



► 



51,769 
lt),!W6 
21,136 



AanapoliB. .1 

Aaligonish I 

•Otoe Breton North * 



CapeBreMin, S 3 

OoIcbeBler. ... 84,1100 

Cmuberland.. 3(1,168 

Digby - a0,322 

GavBdoroug-h 1 

Halilai, City ft County. I 7 

Hftots ,1 a 

Invernesa . . . ...... i . !I4,;t53 

Kings I 21,937 

Lnnenburg' . . 3 

Picton .. 3 

Riohmond . 13,elli 

ahelborneA Queena...; 2' '" 

■Yarmouth. 2 



Cute 



2.182,947 



AlgomaE.. 26,211 

.Vlgoma W ) 17,89+ 

Braot.. . 18,273 

Bmntford 19,887 

Brockville 18,738 

Bruce N. , ... ' 27,484 

RraceS 31,HW 

CarlPton ' 24,380 

Diifferin i 21,038 

Dundaa.. , 19,757 

Durham | 27,570 

ElgiuE I 1 

ElginW ' ! 

EBsex N. . . . . ' 2 

Ea»ex S 29,900 

Frontenao. 24,746 

Glengarry.. . 22,181 

Grenvillu. 31,021 



Grey S.V.'V. 
Ualdimand. . 

HalKjn 

HamillonE. 
Hamilton W. 
Haatingg E, 



21,23S 
19,645 
24,000 



0EN8U8 STATISTICS. 



73 



POPULATION AND REPRESENTATION. 

: XIX. Population of Canada in 1901, and representation in the 
louse of Commons according to the districts of the Representation 
Lcts 1903 and 1904. 



rovinces and 
districts. 



Popu- 
lation. 



1901. 



Repre- 
senta- 
tion*. 



1904. 



Provinces and 
districts. 



Popu- 
lation. 



1901. 



Repre- 
senta- 
tion. 



1904. 



tar io— con. 



ton.. . 
X)n E. 
:on W. 

kN.. 
kS . 



X & Addington. 

A^* •••• a • •■•■ 

n 

esex E 

esex N 

esex W 

>ka 



mg 

k 

imberland E. 
iimberland W, 

o N 

o S 

a, City . . 

IN 

IS 

Sound 



N 

S 

•orough E. . 
•orough W, 

tt 

Edward . . 

'w N 

jwS 

1 



3E 

J N 

i S 

^nt 

er Bay & Rainy 

T 

», Centre 

io, E . . . . .... 

x), N 

:(), S 



^, W. 

la . . .' . 
looN. 
loo S. 



19,788 

26,919 

29,723 

17,236 

19,996 

19,254 

23,346 

30,652 

37.976 

20,228 

16,419 

18,(r79 

20,971 

28,309 

29,147 

20,495 

13,055 

18,390 

22,018 

57,6401 

25,644 

22,700 

24,936 

21,475 

29,256 

20,615 

16,291 

20,704 

27,035 

17,8K4 

24,556 

27,676 

35,166 

29,845 

26,071 

26,399 

27,042 

28,987 
43,861 
40,194 
40,886 
38,108 
44,991 
38,511 
27,124 
25,470 



Ontario— con. 

Welland 

Wellinjjrton N 

Wellington S 

Wentworth 

York Centre 

YorkN 

YorkS 



31,588 
26,120 
29,526 
26,818 
21,505 
22,419 
20,699 



Prince Edward 
Island. 



Kings . . 
Prince. . 
Queens . 



Quebec. 

Argenteuil 

Bagot 

Beauce 

Beauharnois 

Bellechasse 

Berthier 

Bona venture 

Brome 

Chambly & Vercheres . . 

Champlain 

Charlevoix 

Chateauguay 

Chicoutimi & Saguenay. 

Compton 

Deux-Montagnes 

Dorchester 

Drummond & Artha- 

baska 

'Taofie. ... ... 

Hochelaga 

Huntingdon 

Jacques Cartier 

Joliette 

Kamouraska 

Labelle 

Laprairie & Napier vi He. 



103,259 

24,725 
35,400 
43,134 



1,648,898^ 

16,407 
18,181 
43,129 
21,732 
18,706 
19,980 
24,495 
13,397 
24,318 
32,015 
19,334 
13,583 
48,291 
26,460 
14,438! 
21,007; 
i 
38,999 
30,683; 
56,919 
13,979 
26,168 
22,255 
19,099 
32,901 
19,633 



1 
1 
2 



65 



luding the unorganized districts of Abitibi, AsViuampi Siiid "^\eX.a&««v\, vjXvvStv ■ax's^ 
abed to any of the electoral districts for representatioiv. 



74 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



POPULATION AND REPRESENTATION. 

Table xix. Population of Canada in 1901, and. representation in the 
House of Commons according to the districts of the Representation 
Acts 1903 and 1904. 



Provinces and 
districts. 



Popu- 
lation. 



1901. 



Repre- 
senta- 
tion. 



1904. 



Provinces and 
districts. 



Popu- 
lation. 



1901. 



Repre- 
senta- 
tion. 



1904. 



Quebec— con. 

L'Assomption 

Levis 

L'Islet... 

Lotbiniere 

Maisonneuve 

Maskinonge.. 

Megantic 

Missisquoi 

Montcalm 

Montmagny. 

Montmorency 

Montreal, Ste. Anne... 
Montreal, St. Antoine. 
Montreal, St. Jacques. 
Monti eal, St. Laurent. 
Montreal, Ste. Marie. . 

Nicolet 

Pontiac 

Portneuf 

Quebec, Centre 

Quebec, E 

Quebec, W 

Quebec, County 

Richelieu 

Richmond & Wolfe 

Rimouski 

Rouville 

St. Hyacinthe 

St. Jean & Iberville . . 

Shefford 

Sherbrooke 

Soulanges 

Stanstead 

Temiscouata 



13,995 

19,743 

26,210 

14,439 

20,039 

65,178 

15,813 

23,8781 

17,3391 

13,001 

14,757 

12,311 

23,368 

47,653 

42,618 

48,808 

40,631 

27,209 

25,722 

27,159 

20,366 

39,325 

9,149 
22,101 
19,518 
34,137 
40,157 
13,407 
21,543 
20,679 
23,628 
18,426 

9,928 
18,998 
29,185 



Q u e b e c — con. 

Terrebonne 

Trois-Rivieres & St. 

Maurice 

Vaudreuil.. . . 

Wright 

Yamaska 



The Territories. 1 

Alberta. 

Assiniboia E 

Assiniboia W 

Calgary 

Edmonton 

Humboldt. 

Mackenzie 

Qu'Appelle 

Saskatchewan 

Strathcona 

Yukon 



Unorganized Terri- 
tories. 2 

Athabaska 

Franklin \^ 

Keewatin j 

Mackenzie 

Ungava 



26,816 

29,311 
10,445 
42,830 
20,564 



186,159 

11.521 
16,772 
15,406 
14,640 
19,489 
5,584 
14,691 
22,280 
17,305 
21,252 
27,219 



25,490 

6,615 

8,546 

5,216 
5,113 



I 
1 
1 
1 



11 



1 Since the Representation Act was passed these territories, exclusive of Yukon, have 
been erected into the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan, and in the acts constitutaDlf 
the provinces provision has been made for the continuance of their representation ttttt» 
the census of 1900 is taken. Some of the districts at present are partly in one province 
and ]3artly in another. 

The unarganizsd erritories are without representation in Parliament. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



76 



REPRESENTATION. 
Members of the House of Commons and Senate, 1867-1905 



Provinces. 



House 

of 

Cknnmons. 



The 
Senate. 



Total 
repres 
tation. 



1867. 



mck. 
I. ... 



1875. 



iimbia. 
^ck. . . 



ard Island. 



1885. 



imbia. 
*ick. . 



ard Island. 



isai 



imbia . . . 

vick. . . 

i 

ard Iicland 
rerrit4:^€# 



li*>."- 



umbia 



A-ick. . . 

i 

ard Inland. 
rerritoriefe 



181 
15 
19 
82 
65 



72 
12 
12 
24 
24 



253 
27 
31 

106 
89 



206 


78 


284 


6 


3 


9 


4: 


3 


7 


16 


. 10 


26 


21 


10 


31 


88 


24 


112 


6 ^ 


4 


to 


65 


24 


89 


211 


78 


2m 


6 


3 


9 


5 


3 


8 


16 


10 


26 


21 


10 


31 


92 


24 


116 


6 


4 


10 


66 


24 


89 


213 


80 


293 


6 


3 


9 


7 


3 


10 


14 


10 


24 


20 


10 


»> 


92 


'M 


116 


5 


4 


9 


65 


24 


89 


4 


2 


6 


214 


«f 


29^; 


7 


3 


10 


10 


:j 


n 


Vi 


10 


23 


IH 


10 


»< 


m 


24 


110 


4 


4 


j« 


'25 


24 


%v 


]0 


4 


14 


\ 


- 


% 



76 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905, 



AGRICULTURE. 



Table xxi. Occupiers of lands and lands occupied. 



Classes. 




Canada. 

Total occupiers 

OMmers 

Tenants ... 

Owners and tenants 

Occupiers of 10 acres and under. 

Occupiers of 11 to 50 acren 

Occupiers of 51 to 100 acres ... . 

Occupiers of 101 to 200 acrei> 

Occupiers of 201 acres and over. . 



British Columbia.^ 

I 

Total occupiers 

Owners 

Tenants ... 

Owners and tenants. ... , 

Occupiers of 10 acres and under i 

Occupiers of J 1 to 50 acres | 

Occupiers of 51 to 100 acres 

Occupiers of 101 to 200 acres I 

Occupiers of 201 acres and over 



Manitoba.^ 

Total occupiers 

Owners 

Tenants 

Owners and tenants 

Occupiers of lO'acres and under 

Occupiers of 11 to 50 acres 

Occupiers of 51 to 100 acres . . . 

Occupiers of 101 to 200 acres 

Occupiers of 201 acres and over 



New Brunswick. 

Total occupiers 

Owners 

Tenants 

Owners and tenants 

Occupiers of 10 acres and under . . 

Occupiers of 11 to 50 acres 

Occupiers of 51 to 100 acres 

Occupiers of 101 to 200 acres 

Occupiers of 201 acres and over . . . 



1 Not taken in 1871. 



367,862 

326,160 

41,702 

40,281 
78,877 
141,300 
82,176 
25,228 



31,202 

29,059 

2,143 

2,669 
6,415 
11,88« 
6,900 
3,330 



464,025 

403,491 

60,534 

75,286 

93,325 

156,672 

102,243 

36,490 



2,743 

2,410 

333 

1,013 
294 
195 
666 
575 



9,077 

8,742 
335 

284 

300 

579 

4,046 

3,868 



36,837 

33,901 

2,936 

4,827 
8,828 
13,323 
6,748 
3,111 



620,486 

524,806 

95,680 

191,612 

87,879 

157,748 

130,271 

52,976 



7,451 
5,456 
1,995 

2,811 

685 

528 

2,169 

1,258 



22,571 

20,241 

2,330 

1,447 

599 

990 

10,834 

8,701 



40,836 

37,853 

2,983 

6,774 
7,888 
13,791 
8,425 
3,958 



Note. The number of tenants for the census years 1871, 1881 and 1891 includes em 
who had the charge of farms. Persona occupying farm land, part of which was 
and part rented, were recorded in 1901iaa owners aiud ^eiva.xv\.v»>. TVv^ 'CLXunber ( 
p/ers of land in 1901 is exclusive of all perfeona Vvo\d\Tv«\feaa XJcvwcv ^n^ ^^x^. 



CEN8U8 STATISTICS. 



77 



AGRICULTURE. 



Tablb XXI. Occupiers of lands and lands decupled. 



Classes. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



1901. 



Nova Scotia. 



cupiers 

:« 

ts 

-8 and tenants 

rs of 10 acres and under 

rs of 11 to 50 acres , 

rs of 51 to 100 acres ... 

rs of 101 to 200 acres 

rs of 201 acres and over 

Ontario. 



cupiers . 

rs 

ts 



rs and tenant^ 

rs of 10 acres and under 

rs of 11 to 50 acres 

rs of 51 to 100 acres 

rs of 101 to 200 acreo 

rs of 201 acres and over 

Prince Edward Island.^ 



«upiers. 
rs 



its 

rs and tenants 

rs of 10 acres and under 

rs of 11 to 50 acres 

rs of 51 tt» 100 acres .... 
rs of 101 to 200 acres . . 
rs of 201 acres and over 



Quebec. 



cupiers. 

rs 

its ... . 



rs and tenants 

rs of 10 acres and under 

rs of 11 to 50 acres 

rs of 51 to 100 acres 

rsof 101 to 200 acres. ... 
rs of 20L acres and over, 



The Territories.^ 



cupiers 
rs. . . . 
ts 



rs and tenants 

rs of 10 acres and under , 

rs of 11 to 50 acres 

rs of 51 to 100 acres 

rs of 101 to 200 acres 

•» of 201 acres and over . 



46,316 

43,830 

2,486 

7,148 
11,201 
13,138 
10,401 

4,428 



172,258 

144.212 

28,046 

19,954 
38,882 
71,864 
.•«,9S4 
7,574 



118,086 

109,059 

9,027 

10,510 
22,379 
44,410 
30,891 
9,896 



66,873 

61,710 

4,163 

12,471 
13,536 
14,504 
10,742 
4,620 



206,983 

169,140 

37,849 

36,221 
41,497 
75,282 
42,476 
11,513 



13,629 

12,736 

893 

1,188 
4,280 
5,087 
2,517 
557 



137,863 

123,932 

13,931 

19,150 
24,564 
47,H86 
34,723 
11,740 



1,014 

920 

94 



;1 




64,643 

60,069 

4,574 

18,428 
13,857 
15,324 
11,634 
5,400 



285,608 

224,034 

61,574 

108,724 
38,283 
75,307 
49,358 
13,936 



15,137 

14,295 

842 

1,920 
4,171 
5,693 

2,877 
576 



174,996 

154,227 

20,769 

51,057 
22,296 
46,118; 
40,309 
15,216 



9,244 

8,631 

613 




63,963 

1,370 

710 

12,9% 

13,247 

14,234 

11,073 

4,483 



224,127 
179,791 
32,360 
11,976 
46,186 
34,912 
76,164 
62,534 
14,331 



14,014 

13,199 

391 

424 

1,254 

3,769 

5,380 

3,030 

581 



150,599 

135,625 

9,284 

5,690 

24,149 

20,047 

45,813 

44,216 

16,374 



23,098 
22,171 
426 
501 
380 
103 



J taken in 1S71. 



78 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



AGRICULTURE. 



Table xxii. Products of field crops. 



Classes. 




1891. 



1901. 



II 
II 
II 



Canada. 

Wheat bush. 

Barley n 

Oats M 

Rye n 

Com II 

Buckwheat n 

Pease •• 

Potatoes 

Turnips 

Other roots n 

Grass and clover seed m 

Hay tons. 

Hoi)s lb. 

Tobacco II 



British Columbia.^ 

Wheat bush. 

Barley " 

Oats 

xvye • •.••••• ••• 

Com M 

Buckwheat •> 

Pease m 

Beans i 

Potatoes 

Turnips n 

Other roots n 

Grass and clover seed m 

Hay tons. 

Hoi>s lb. 

Tobacco n 



II 
•I 



Manitoba.! 

Wheat bush. 

Barley n 

Oats II 

Rye II 

Com M 

Buckwheat n 

Pease " 

Beans n 

Potatoes M 

Turnips •• 

Other roots m 

Grass and clover seed n 

Hay tons. 

Hops lb. 

Tobacco II I 



16,723,873 

11,496,038 

42,489,453! 

1.064,358 

3,802,830 

3,726,484 

9,906,720 

220,644 

47,330,187 

24,339,476! 

3,^:53, 2()0j 

348,6051 

3,818,0411 

1,711,789' 

1,595,932 



} 



32,350,269 

16,844,868 

70,493,131 

2,097,180 

9,026,142 

4,901,147 

13,749,662 

55,368,790 

48,251,414 

324,317 
5,053,008 

905,207 
2,527,962 



■- 1 \ 

- i 



:} 



I) 
■/ 



173,653 

79,140 

253,911 

482 

1,433 

59 

50,542 

473,831 

352,774 

857 

43,808 

24,899 

96 



} 



42,223,372 
17,222,795 
83,428,202 

1,341,325 
10,711,380 

4,994,871 

14,823,764 

800,015 

53,490,857 

49,679,636 

346,036 
7,693,733 
1,126,230 
4,277,936 



1,033,673 

253,604- 

1,270,268! 

1,203 

2,516 

320| 

8,991: 

556,193; 

198,12li } 

303 

185,279: 

1,835' 

2,037| 



388,300 

79,024 

943,088 

6.140 

3,938 

276 

85,774 

4,888 

685,802 



I 516,242 



1,658 

102,146 

55,288 

. 343 



16,092,220 

1,462,433 

8,370,212 

12,962 

3,429 

178 

10,872 

434 

1,757,231 

647,559 

849 

485,230 

1,022 

1,807 



56,572,368 

22,224,366 

1.51,497,407 

2,316,793 

25,875,919 

4,547,189 

12,348,943 

861,327 

55,S62,635 

J 76,075,642 

288,275 

7,852,731 

1,004,216 

11,266,732 



} 



} 



359,419 

73,790 

1,442,566 

17,328. 

1,849 

1,899 

• 60,074 

1,780 

955,^6 

635,988 

616 

170,187 

299,717 

61,830 



18,353,013 
2,666,803 

10,592,660 
7,085 
1,94* 
1,294 
4,950 

no 

1,920,7W 
232,243 

297 

477,859 

660 

6,366 



^ Not taken in 1871. 
Note. Areas of crops for 1871 and 1881 were givetv iox viVeaA., W^ wa.^ ^C^^aw^ ^"^^n 
therefore a comparison of areas of field crops for t\\e iowt ceivftvift >jta» c«aQo\.\»ia»A». 

X 



\ 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 
AGRICULTURE. 

Table xxii. Products of field crops. 



79 



Classes. 




New Brunswick. 



It 

y. 



. bush. 



wheat 

8 

ips 

r r«x>t8 

} and clover seed. 



\. 



tons, 
lb. 



ceo 



Nova Scotia. 



at 

jy 



. bush. 



Lwheat 

B 

l8 

toes 

lips 

r roots 

s and clover seed. 



3. . .. 
icco. 



tons. 
. lb. 



Ont 



ario. 



■at 
ey 



bush. 



&**••• ••- •■•■••• 

i wheat 

le . 

18 

itoes 

lips 

>r roots 

IS and clover seed 



s. . . 

iCCO. 



tons, 
lb. 



204,911 

70,M7| 

3,044,134, 

23,792! 

27,668 

1,231,091 

26,850, \ 

18,206 J 

6,562,35.5 

603,721 

98,358, 

8,233: 

344,793' 

10,901 

454 



227,497 

296,050! 

2,190,0991 

33,9871 

23,349: 

234,157! 

19,740' 

15,463 

5,560,975 

468,139! 

150,839 

8,121 

443,732 

12,380i 

263 



} 



14,233,389 

9,461,233 

22,138,958 

547,609 

3,148,467 

585,158 

7,653,545 

107,925 

17,138,534 

22,455,543 

2,706,903 

189,716 

1,804,476 

1,188,940 

399,870 



521,956 
84,183 

3,297,534 
18,268 
18,159 

1,587,223 

43,121 

6,961,016 

990,336 

159,043 

7,257 

414,046 

15,006 

6,414 



529,251 

228,748 

1,873,113 

47,567 

13,532 

339,718 

37,220 

7,378,387 

1,006,711 

326,14? 

8,128 

597,731 

18,677 

1,216 



27,406,091 

14,279,841 

40,209,929 

1,598,871 

8,096,782 

841,649 

9,434,872 

18,994,559 

40,335,943 

173,219 

2,038,659 

615,967 



} 



} 



209,809 

100,917 

3,025,329 

6,321 

21,021 

1,136,528 

24,352 

20,137 

4,827,830 

974,363 

4,947 

476,069 

27,791 

702 



} 



165,806 

227,530 

1,559,842 

23,500 

16,890 

184,421 

19,536 

24,950 

5,113,612 

1,349,076 

2,117 

632,391 

18,192 

228 



381,699 

99,050 

4,816,173 

2,809 

12,509 

1,390,885 

16,808 

13,573 

4,649,059 

2,070,486 

3,096 

512,584 

31,775 

587 



} 



248,476 

181,085 

2,347,598 

15,702 

9,358 

196,498 

3,067 

16,084 

4,394,413 

. 2,074,806 

555 

658,330 

4,571 

560 



21,314,582 

13,419,364 

47,160,246 

1^064,345 

9,835,737 

1,470,511 

12,760,331 

664,541 

17,635,151 

41,200,779 

236,819 
3,465,633, 
837,6471 



28,418,907 
16,087,862 
88,138,974 

2,032,385 
24,463,694 

1,056,998 

11,351,646 

767,255 

20,042,258 

63,368,463 

214,083 
2,852,465 



80 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



AGRICULTURE. 



Table xxii. Products of field crops. 




Prince Edward Island.^ 

Wheat bush. 

Barley »• 

Oats ti 

Rye •' 

Com M 

Buckwheat n 

Pease n 

Beans •• 

Potatoes »• 

Turnips , . •< 

Other roots <i 

Grass and clover seed. . . ' n 

Hay tons . 

Hops lb. 

Tobacco I 



Quebec. 

Wheat bush. 

Barley •• 

Oats •• 

Rye •' 

Com «• 

Buckwheat n 

Pease •• 

Beans •• 

Potatoes '• 

Turnips <• 

Other roots u 

Grass and clover seed.. . n 

Hay . . tons . 

Hops lb. 

Tobacco •• 



The Territories.! 

Wheat bush. 

Barley •• 

Oats »• 

Rye M 

Com n 

Buckwheat •• 

Pease •• 

Beans «» 

Potatoes •• 

Turnips >» 

Other roots ti 

GrasH and clover seed. ..... . ti 

Hay tons . 

Hops lb. 

Tobacco. •« 



2,058,076 

1,668,208 

15,116,262 

458,970 

603,356 

1,676,078 

2,205,585 

79,050 

18,068,323 

812,073 

597,160 

142,535 

1,225,640 

499,568 

1,195,345 



} 



} 



/ 



546,986 

119,368 

3,538,219 

307 

2,603 

90,458 

3,169 

6,042,191 

1,198,407 

42,572 

15,247 

143,791 

10,209 

1,367 



} 



2,019,004 

1,751,539 

19,990,205 

430,242 

888,169 

2,041,670 

4,170,456 

14,873,287 
1,572,476 
2,050,904 
119,806 
1,612,104 
218,542 
2,356,581 



} 



119,665 

48,445 

59,952 

240 

1,948 

50 

1,291 

89,326 
14,893: 1 



3,091 

17,600 
72 



/ 



613,364 

147,880 

2,922,552 

221 

2,651 

84,460 

4,735 

2,445 

7,071,308 

2,005,453 

12,417 

132,969 

5,637 

795 



1,646,882 

1,580,197 

17,818,589 

226,316 

826,179 

2,118,197 

1,912,463 

82,501 

15,861,797 

2,656,587 

86,934 

2,243,435 

180,297 

3,958,737 



1,792,400 

215,460 

1,628,344 

1,629 

1,536 

300 

6,701 

119 

538,126 

429,677 

296 

165,870 

356 

1,238 



} 



738,679 

105,625 

4,561,097 

65 

834 

49,689 

- 2,245 

496 

4,986,633 

3,932,591 

•9,781 

168,326 

1,425 

30,994 



1,968,203 

2,535,597 

33,536,677 

211,287 

1,384,331 

1,849,596 

908,656 

61,376 

17,135,739 

3,526,187 

58,024 
2,681,823 

62,930 
7,666,975 



5,103,972 

474,554 

6,061,662 

30,132 

1,400 

300 

1,497 

53 

1,277,793 

234,878 

1,823 

431,167 

73 

6,682 



^ N^ot taken in 1871. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 

AGRICULTURE. 

Tablb XXIII. Areas and producte of field crops. 



Oua... ".[.'.]',',','.[]','.,','.',',',,,',,'.', ,,",,,, 3,9«l|3« 



42,233,372 
17,223.796 
83,428,202 

1,341,325 
10,711,380 

4,994,871 



800,016 

138,844 

340,036 

53,490,857 



4,324,542 

871.800 
5,367,655 
176,tt7» 



55,572,.S68 

32,224,366 

151,497,407 

2,316,793 

25,875,919 

4,5*7,159 

12,348, i)43 

861,327 

7,207,621 

172,222 



79,636i 205,160 



5,031,548| 7,693,733 6,7B2,7f 






£°^(inear) 

""Worlieat , , 

^ 

?«nB 

MiWdKKdns 

^»»«d 

^lorer und grasH seed. . 
{^""aWeii 



30!1,411) 

73,790 

1.442,566 



60,074 
1,780 
13,669 



R&r nod f.Jtsge . , 



102,1461 103,417 






806,(122 16,0f 
66,505! 1,41 
256,211' 8,31 



1^363,01ij 

2,666,803 
10,692,660 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
AGRICULTURE. 



Table xxiii. Areas ttod products of field 


crops. 






1891. 


1901. 


OlMKH. 












acre. 


biub. 


aores. 


bueh. 


Manitobtt-con. 














434 


38 












34,^ 
















Potatoea 


9,791 


1,767,231 


16,042 


1,920,7W 


Fieldroota 










Hajandfor^fe 




486,230 

lb. 


42.604" 


631.060 
lb. 






1,807 


\° 


6,3ftl 


Hop. 




1,022 




New BtunBwick. 












17,308 


209,809 


26,990 


381,699 


Barley 












157. m 
































1,136.526 




],390,8«5 












Beuw 
















1,230 


















1.947 




3.096 












Field rootB. 


5,076 






2,070.486 
tons. 


Hay and forage 


470,834 


478,069 
lb. 


553.011 


620,271 
lb. 












Hops 




.27,791 


lib 


31,77S 


Nova Scotia. 














1B5,806 










227.63C 








94,117 


1.659.842 


91,065 




Rye 














16,89C 






























24.95t 


824 


16,064 


Mixed (trains 










JVaisee*? 


- 


410 







'Actea for hay not included. 



CEN8V8 BTATISTIOS. 

AGRICULTURE. 

T&BLB xxtii. -Areas and products of field crops. 



Nov. Scot 
r aod graea seed . , 

avi forage 

Ontar 

7 

r and grass seed . . 

ind forage 

Frioce Edwat 
.t . 

y 

{in'^i):.'..'.:.".'.- 

i't^inB. ' .'..'..'.v. 
rand grass seed,.. 

md forajT 

64—r.B. 



3.117 
5,113,813 
1,S49,0TC 



21,314.563 


1.487,1133 




686,010 


47.160,M( 


2,707,367 








331,641 


1,470,611 








664,541 





44,703 

7,694 

163,924 



613,364 

147.880 
3,1)23,51)2 



12,417 
7,Wl,3n8 
2,005,463 



38,418,!I07 
16.087,868 
88,138,974 

2,032,3eS 
34,463,694 

1,060.988 

ii,36i,eie 

767,256 



3,7ai,77(! 

lb. 
3,603,739 



164,473 

6 

37 

3,9M3 



227,146 

381 

9,781 

4,986,633 

3,932,691 



B.aMi\ 



84 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



AGRICULTURE. 
Table xxiii. Areas and products of field crops. 



Classes. 



1891. 



acres. 



bush. 



1901. 



acres. 



Prince Edward Island— con. 



Tobacco 
Hops 



Quebec. 



Wheat 

Barley 

Oats 

Rye 

Com (in ear) 

Buckwheat 

Pease 

Beans 

Mixed grains 

Flax seed 

Clover and grass seed. 

Potatoes 

Field roots 



Hay and forage. 



Tobacco 
Hops. . 



The Territories, 



Wheat 

Barley 

Oats 

Rye.. 

Com (in ear) 

Buckwheat 

Pease 

Beans 

Mixed grains 

Flax seed 

Clover and grass seed. 

Potatoes 

Field roots. . .- 



168,929 

94,464 

1,161,030 



122,254 
12,103 



2,178,044 



113,811 

8,467 

61,637 



Hay and forage 



Tobacco 
, Hop^... 



3,891 

1,877 



lb. 



795 
6,637 



1,646,882 

1,580,197 

17,818,589 

226,316 

8 6,179 

2,118,197 

1,912,463 

82,501 

29,476 

86,934 

15,861,797 

2,656,587 

tons. 

2,243,435 

lb. 

3,958,737 
180,297 



1,792,409 

215,460 

1,628,344 

1,529 

1,535 

300 

6,701 

119 

1,462 

295 

538,126 

429,577 

tons. 

155,870 

lb. 

1,238 
3,56 



17 
2 



139,826 

104,135 

1,350,031 

19,546 

28,506 

102,673 

77,982 

2,886 

143,729 

1,881 

127,205 
9,029 



2,576,336 



8,661 
116 



530,274 

22,897 

269,552 

2,339 

25 

19 

115 

2 

484 

327 

9,925 
1,205 



15,0951 



11 



bush. 



lb. 



30,994 
1,425 



1.968,203 
2,535,597 
33,536,677 
211,287 
1,384,331 
1,849,596 
908,656 
61,376 
3,523,5(^7 
19,309 
68,024 
17,136,739 
3,626,187 

tons. 

2,782,650 

lb. 

7,655,976 
62,930 



5,103,972 

474.664 

6,061,662 

«0,132 

1,400 

300 

1,497 

53 

5,847 

3,113 

1,823 

1,277,793 

234,878 

tons. 

468,833 

lb. 

6,682 
73 



JA,cre8 for hay not included. 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 



85 



AGRICULTURE. 

V. Comparative statistics of principal grain crops in eastern 
ovinces with Manitoba and the Territories, 1891-1901. 



Classes. 



Products. 



1891. 



1901. 



Prodi'iCts per acre. 



1891. 



1901. 



Brunswick. 



bush. 



9va Scotia. 



II 
II 



. bush. 



II 
II 
II 



Ontario. 



bush. 



M 
II 
II 



Edward Island. 
bush. 



II 
II 
II 



Quebec. 



bush. 



II 
II 
II 



s in the East. 



bush. 



rlanituba. 



II 
It 
II 



bush. 



•I 
II 

M 



Territories. 
bush. 



II 

M 
II 



s in the West. 



bush. 



It 
It 
It 



3,199 

206,610 

100,917 

3,025,.329 

7,600 

158,306 

227,530 

1,659,842 

14,641,036 

6,773,546 

13,419,354 

47,160,246 

16,603 

596,761 

147,880 

2,922,552 

18,538 

1,628,344 

1,580,197 

17,818,589 

14,686,876 

9,363,567 

15,475,878 

72,486,558 

2,961 

16,089,259 

1,452,433 

8,370,212 

4,326 

1,788,083 

215,460 

1,628,344 

7,287 

17,877,342 

1,667,893 

9,998,556 



4,973 

376,726 

99,050 

4,816,173 

2,151 

246,326 

181,085 

2,347,598 

21,879,006 

6,539,901 

16,087,862 

88,138,974 



738,679 

105,625 

4,56i;097 

6,627 

1,961,576 

2,535,597 

33,536,677 

21,892,757 

9,863,207 

19,009,219 

133,400,519 

2,036 

18,350,977 

2,666,803 

10,592,660 

18,469 

5,085,503 

474,554 

6,061,662 

20,505 

23,436,48u 

3,141,357 

16,654,322 



} 



} 



} 



} 



} 



} 



} 



} 



} 



121 

16-4 
19-2 



11 7 

190 
16-6 



14-9 

19-7 
16-5 



13-7 

19-5 
190 



9 8 

16-7 
15 4 



14-3 

19-3 
200 



17-9 

25-7 
32 7 



15-7 

25-4 
26-4 



17*7 

25 7 
31-4 



14 8 
141 
21-6 
25-8 

13-4 
15-2 
23 5 
26-8 

19-6 
17-6 
27-5 
32-6 



17-5 
23 1 
27-7 

13-7 
141 
24-3 
24-9 

19-6 
16 5 
26 9 
29-6 

170 

9-3 

19- 1 

18-5 

22 3 
9 6 

207 

23 4 

21 6 

9-4 

19 3 

200 



The average production of wheat per acre in Manitoba for the thirteen years 
cording to the local government returns, was 19 "22 bushels per acre, of barley 
, and of oats 35 65 bushels. In the territories according to similar returns for 
1898-1902 the average of wheat was 19*53 bushels, of barley 25*6 bushels, and 
) bushels. The low average yield in the Census year 1901 w«.& d\aft \ft \Jckfc 
ess of the growing season — the rainfall being \)\it \\tt\e laoTfe 'Ocv^x^. Kikfe^^i^ ^2>»- 



86 



TEE CANADA TEA^ BOOK 1905. 
AGRICULTURE. 



Table xxv. Fruit production. 



Classes 




*1901. 



) 



Canada. 



Api^s. 

Peaches . . . . 

Pears 

Plums 

Cherries 

Other fruits 

Grapes 

Small fruits. 



British Columbia.^ 



Apples 
Peaches ... 

Pears 

Plums 

Cherries 

Other fruits 

Grapes 

Small fruits. 



bush. 

H 
M 
II 
M 
II 

lb. 
qt. 



bush. 



II 
•I 

II 
lb. 
qt. 



Manitoba. 1 



Apples bush. 

Peaches m 

Pears 

Plums 

Cherries 

Other fruits . . . , 

Grapes 

Small fruits 



• • • • 



II 
lb. 
qt. 



New Brunswick 



Apples 

Peaclies 

Peafs 

PWms 

Cherries 

Other fruits 
Grapes 



bush. 



11 

M 
lb. 



Small fruits qt. 



Nova Scotia. 



Apples ... 
Peaches . 

Pears 

Plums 

Cherries. . . . 
Other fruits 
Grapes 



bush. 



It 

II 

lb. 



Small fruits qt. 

^JVot taken in 1871. 



6,365,315 



358,963 
1,126,402 



13,377,665 



126,395 



2,471 
1,705 



342,513 



12,736 
8,167 



841,219 
3,896,508 



28,100 



12,547 
2,961 



190 



1,443 
13 



231,096 



6,122 
2,108 



908,519 



18,485 
35,015 



7,519,913 
43,637 
229,240 
266,350 
192,369 
320,641 
12,252,331 



76,856 
1,494 
12,156 
19.775 
4; 227 
-7,612 
15,354 



713 

44 

212 

166 

2,443 

761 



259,615 
35 
96 
.^784 
1,243 
7,602 
2,065 



1,061,592 

634 

7,115 

9,246 

7,482 

31.561 

6»,949 



18,626,186 

. 545,415 

531,837 

557,875 

336,751 

70,396 

24,302,634 

21,707,791 



240,012 

2,553 

25,364 

58,221 

14,445 

2,938 

30,182 

691,358 



571 



2,006 
673 

410 
120,164 



503,214 

87 

279 

4,637 

4,233 

1,096 

2,637 

475,051 



2,065,104 

3,231 

14,881 

28,931 

16,669 

2,229 

116,316 

992,787 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 



87 



AGRICULTURE. 



Table xxv. Fruit production. 



Classes. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



1901. 



Ontario. 

Apples bush. 

Peaches u 

Pears n 

Plums • II 

Cherries n 

Other fruits u 

Grapes lb. 

Small fruits qt. 



Prince Edward Island.^ 

Apples bush. 

Peaches n 

Pears m 

Plums 11 

Cherries n 

Other fruits n 

Grapes lb. 

Small fruits qt. 



Quebec. 

Apples bush. 

Peaches m 

Pears 

Plums II 

Cherries n 

Other fruits. m 

Grapes lb. 

Smskll fruits qt. 



The Territories.! 

Apples bush. 

Peaches n 

Pears n 

Plums II 

Cherries n 

Other fruits m 

Grapes lb. 

Small fruits qt. 



5,486,504 



242,878 
1,028,431 



11,400,617 



409,903 



100,878 
88,099 



644,707 
3,697,655 



31,501 



2,547 
795 



777,557 



5,043.612 
40,626 
208,8H7 
171,335 
106,658 
208,415 

11,725,281 



155,643 
158,031 



175 



25 
30 



.52,018 
19 
71 
1,479 
4,265 
2,473 
4,402 



13,631,264 

539,482 

487,759 

337,108 

132,177 

40,108 

23,166,478 

16,232,020 



1,034,139 

927 

844 

60,513 

68,210 

60,17V 

434,316 



1,368 
2 

27 

6 

118 

358 

203 



159,421 

45 

279 

4,266 

17,838 

2,639 

862 

150,690 



2,025,113 

17 

3,275 

122,648 

150,690 

21,386 

996,849 

2,993,618 



1,487 



59 
26 

900 
52,203 



1 Not taken in 1871. 



TBE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
AGRICULTURE. 



Number of fruit trees and grapn vm«B and i 
gardens, vineyards and iiuri^eries, 1901. 



Canada. 

Apple tteea, bearing. 

Apple tre«H, non-baring.. 
Cherry treea, bBariiig... .. . 

Cheny trees, nOD-btairing. 

Peach tn*B, beaUng 

Peach trees, non-bearing;.. 

Pear trees, bearing 

Pear trees, non.bearing 

Flam trees, bearing 

Plum twee, non-bearing. . . 
Uther fruit treex, twaring. . 
Otherfruit treeK, non-be*r- 



Grape Tini^. noa-bearing . . 

Orchards ai 

Vegetables and small f niitu 

Vineyards., . 

NurMries 

British Colunibta. 



Apple Crees, nun-bearing. , 

(Jhetry trees, bearing 

Cherry trees, non.bearing. . 

PBaoh trees, bearing 

Peaoh trees, non-bearing . . 

Pear trees, bearing 

Pear trees, non-bearing 

Plum trees, bearing 

Plum treee, non-bearing. . . 
Other fruit trees, bearing. . 
Other frait trees, non-bear- 



ing... - 

Grape vines, bearing 

Grape vines, non-bearing.. 

Orchards i 

V^etablea and small fruits 

Vineyards , . 

Nurseries 

Manitoba. 

Apple treea, bearing 

, Apple trees, non-bearing.. 

Cherry trera, bearing 

Cherry trees, non-bearing. 
Peach trees, bearing 
Feaeb trees, non-bearing.. 
Pear trees, bearing ....... 

Pear trees, non-bearing. . . . 

Plum trees, bearing 

Plam treea, non-bearing . , , 
Other fruit trees, bearing. , 
Other frait trees, non-bair- 

Grape vines, bearing 

Grape vines, uon-bearing, . 



903,140 
386,228 
81»,<)85 
481,790 
617,203 
344,808 
1.4B2,ai9 
963,431! 
141,870 

37,566 



1T^S43 

364,545 
116.517 



Orchards aoi 

Vegetables and small 

Vineyards . 

Nurseries 

Xbw Brunswick. 

Apple trees, bearing N 

Apple trees, non-b^j'ing. i 
Cherry trees, bearing. ... < 
Cherry trees, non-living i 

Peach trees, beari^ig i 

Peach trees, non-b^Hng. i 
Pear trees, bearing. .... , 
Pear trees, non-beating. . . i 

Plum trees, bearing . i 

Plum trees, non-bearing. . i 
Other fruit trees, bearing, i 
Other frnit trees, non- 
bearing - 

Grape vines, bearing .... . 
Grape vines, non-bearing, i 

Orchards aoi 

Vegetables and small 

Vineyards....! . , ... . 
Nntseries. 



Apple trees, hearing. .. .. h 
Apple trees, non-bearing. 
Cherry trees, bearing. .... 
Cherry trpes. non- bearing 



Pfar trees, non-baring.. 

Plum trees, bearing 

PIun> trees, non- bearing. . 
Other fmit treea, bearing. 
Other fruit trees, uon- 

bearing 

Grape vines, bearing 

Grape vines, non-bearing. 

Orchards .. .m 

Vegetables and small 

NurBeries '. "..". '.'. 

Ontario. 



Apple trees, non-bearing. 

Cherry trees, liearing 

Cherry trees, non-bearing 
Peach trees, bearing. ... 



4ee,iiQ 

31,210 



1S,9W 
16,171 
l£,ffi6 



i,m?« - 
7Ti,rai 

43,19 

^tO 
fi,oie 

21,(0.4 

^^ 
if. 



n. Number of fruit treea and grape vines and area o£ orchards, 
gardeoB, vinejarda and naraeriei), IdOL. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 
AGEICULTUUE. 



LreeB, bearing. 



Lud nn^ fruits 



hearing. ., > 
non-bearing, 

I, bBBriog 

I, nuD-b«kHng 

bearing 

non-beBriiig, 

iieoring 

aou-buLring. . 

non-bearing. . 
trees, bearing. 

, non -bearing. 

uidHinaJ frniis 

, non-bmiring. 



k 



WO,772 
564,790 
280,175 



10,263 
2,18H,210 
430,82S 



Cherry trees, non-bear- 
ing... 

Peach trees, bearing . . . . 

treee, bearing. . . . 
treea, non-bearing. 

1 tresi, non-b«iriiig. 
Other f niit trees, Ijeoring 
Other fra- ' 






I,4Tfl,r27 
780,026 
317,Tli2 



bearing. . . 
I Grape vines, hearing. . . . 
I Grape vines, non -bearing 

' OrchardH... ai 

Vegetables and amall 

fruits.. 

Vineyards 

Nurseries 



i Apple tre 
I Apple tre 

1 Cherry t 



1 Flum trees, non-bearing. 
t Other fmit treee, bearing 
I Other fniit trees, non- 
bearing. ... 

Grape vines, bearing 

Grape vints. non -bearing 

Orchards. a< 

Vegetables and small 

Nnrseriea 



100,032 
34,lltj 
34,0911 



1,78» 
2,363 



88 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905, 



AGRICULTURE, 

Table xxvi. Number of fruit trees and grape vines and area of orchards, 

gardens, vineyards and nurseries, 1901. 



II 

M 

11 

acres 

M 



Canada. 

Apple trees, bearing no. 

Apple trees, non-bearing., n 

Cherry trees, bearing n 

Cherry trees, non-bearing . m 

Peach trees, beaHng m 

Peach trees, nop -bearing. . n 

Pear trees, bearing. n 

Pear trees, non- bearing.. . . m 

Plum trees, bearing n 

Plum trees, non-bearing. . . n 
Other fruit trees, bearing. . 
Other fruit trees, non-bear- 
ing ■ •. ; 

Grape vines, bearing 

Grape vines, non-bearing . . 

Orchards 

Vegetables and small fruits 

Vineyards m 

Nurseries ... n 

British Columbia. 

Apple trees, bearing no. 

Apple trees, non-bearing., n 

Cherry trees, bearing m 

Cherry trees, non-bearing. . n 

Peach trees, bearing m 

Peach trees, non-bearing . . n 

Pear trees, bearing n 

Pear trees, non-bearing n 

Plum trees, bearing m 

Plum trees, non-bearing. . . m 
Other fruit trees, bearing. . n 
Other fruit trees, non-bear- 
ing... M 

Grape vines, bearing „ 

Grape vines, non -bearing. . n 

Orchards acres 

Vegetables and small fruits 

Vineyards 

Nurseries 



II 
II 



Manitoba. 

Apple trees, bearing 

Apple trees, non-bearing. . 

Cherry trees, bearing 

Cherry trees, non-bearing. 

Peach trees, bearing 

Peach trees, non-bearing . . 

Pear trees, bearing 

Pear trees, non-bearing. . . . 

Plum trees, bearing 

Plum trees, non-bearing. . . 

Other fruit trees, bearing. . 

Other fruit trees, non- bear- 
ing. 

'^pe vines, bearing 

'ye vines, Don-heariDg. . 



NO. 



II 

M 
II 
II 
II 
11 
It 
II 
M 
It 

II 
II 
II 



11,025,789 
4,028,086 
903,140 
386,228 
819,985 
481,790 
617,293 
344,808 
1,452,269 
963,426 
141,870 

37,555 

2,308,353 

475,243 

354,545 

116,517 

5,600 

1,561 



220,684 

170,960 

17,322 

-9,477 

3,552 

4,401 

24,948 

19,795 

59,780 

26,663 

5,132 

5,068 
3,391 
5,484 
7,430 
2,840 
18 
72 



1,091 
7,241 
8,102 
5,540 



24,094 
17,569 



203 
140 



M an i t o b a— con. 

Orchards acres 

Vegetables and small 

fruits n 

Vineyards n 

Nurseries » 

New Brunswick. 

Apple trees, bearing No. 

Apple trees, non-bearing, n 

Cherry trees, bearing. . . . n 

Cherry trees, non-bearing n 

Peach trees, bearing ...... m 

Peach trees, non-bearing, n 

Pear trees, bearing n 

Pear trees, non-bearing. . . n 

Plum trees, bearing. . .... n 

Plum trees, non- bearing. . n 

Other fruit trees, bearing, n 
Other fruit trees, non- 

bearing m 

Grape vme-s, bearing. ... m 

Grape vines, non-bearing, u 

Orchards acres 

Vegetables and small 

fruits II 

Vineyards n 

Nurseries. n 



Nova Scotia. 



NO. 



Apple trees, bearing. .... 
Apple trees, non-bearing 
Cherry trees, bearing. . . . 
Cherry trees, non-bearing 
Peach trees, bearing. . . . . 
Peach trees, non-bearing 
Pear trees, bearing. . . . 
Pear trees, non-bearing . 
Plum trees, bearing .... 
Plum trees, non-bearing. 
Other fruit trees, bearing 
Other fruit trees, non 

bearing 

Grape vines, bearing .... 
Grape vines, non-bearing. 

Orchards acres 

Vegetables and small 

fruits »i 

Vineyards h 

Nurseries n 

Ontario. 

Apple trees, bearing . . No. 

Apple trees, non-bearing. •' 

Cherry trees, liearing. . . . m 

Cherry trees, non-bearing m 

t*eacV\ treeft, bQaxvw^. ... n 



II 



562 

4,549 

2 

90 



456,115 

219,249 

21,239 

13,331 

86 

247 

721 

1,779 

16,900 

16,271 

12,326 

3,470 
414 
339 

8,889 

4,380 
35 



1,203,746 

771,830 

43,153 

18,883 

4,482 

6,015 

21,014 

a%086 

93,790 

78,655 

14,806 

3,321 

5,543 

2,752 

34,240 

7,581 
10 
37 



7,551,636 

1,989,983 

446,556 

237,792 

811,725 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 



89 



AGRICULTURE. 

XXVI. Number of fruit trees and grape vines and area of orchards, 
gardens, vineyards and nurseries, 1901. 



3 n t a r i o — con. 

rees, non-bearing. . No. 

jeR, bearing n 

'68, non-b^Ekring . . . n 

*ees, bearing n 

ees, non-bearing . . m 
*uit trees, bearing, ft 
Tiit trees, non-bear- 

ti 

ines, bearing n 

ines, non-bearing . m 

Is acres. 

)les and small fruits m 

• \j o •••■• ••• •••• II 

es. II 

e Edward Island. 

rees, bearing No. 

rees, non-bearing, n 

trees, bearing n 

trees, non-bearing u 

rees, bearing. . . . m 

rees, non-bearing . » 

?es, bearing n 

jes, non-bearing . . n 

•ees, bearing n 

ees, non-bearing., u 

*uit trees, bearing, m 
fruit trees, non- 

ig >< 

ines, bearing n 

ines, non-bearing, m 

Is t.,-'^, 

)lesandsnial fruits m 
•ds It 

3Q ,, 

wO • ■ ■••■■•••« 11 

Quebec. 

rees, bearing no. 

rees, non-bearing, tt 
trees, bearing tt 



470,772 
564,790 
280,175 
999,091 
686,628 
38,517 

10,263 

2,189,210 

430,826 

266,015 

65,303 

5,440 

1,097 



115,091 

87,009 

48,917 

21,514 

72 

91 

621 

1,341 

13,001 

14,479 

47,378 

10,546 

517 

242 

3,199 

514 

1 

17 



1,476,727 
780,025 
317,762 



Q u e b e c — con. 

Cherry trees, non -bear- 
ing NO. 

Peach trees, bearing. ... n 

Peach trees, non-bearing n 

Pear trees, bearing. ... n 

Pear trees, non-bearing, i- 

Plum trees, bearing it 

Plum crees, non-b€»aring. n 
Other fruit trees, bearing .. 
Other fruit trees, non- 
bearing It 

Grape vines, bearing n 

Grape vines, non-bearing n 

Orchards acres. 

Vegetables and small 

fruits It 

Vineyards t. 

Nurseries n 

The Territories. 

I 

Appl^ trees, bearing no. 

Apple trees, non-bearing n 
Cherry trees, bearing. . . n 
Cherry trees, non-bear- 
ing It 

Peach trees, bearing .... n 

Peach trees, non-bearing n 

Pear trees, bearing n 

Pear trees, non-bearing . n 

Plum trees, bearing n 

Plum trees, non-bearing, u 

Other fruit trees, bearing m 
Other fruit trees, non- 

bearinjf n 

Grape vines, bearing tt 

Grape vines, non-bearing n 

Orchards acres. 

Vegetables and small 

fruits It 

Vineyards n 

Nurseries m 



76,328 

68 

264 

. 5,191 

6,632 

246,370 

118,910 

23,711 

4,817 

109,032 

34,118 

34,096 

28,809 
119 
193 



700 

1,789 

89 

2,363 



4,151 
243 



70 

43 

1,342 

114 

2,541 

3 

20 



90 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



AGRICULTURE. 
Table xxvii. Live stock. 



Classes. 




Canada. 



Horses over 3 years. . . 
Horses under 3 years . 

Milch cows 

Ot ner homed cattle . . . 

tr^^fa^fp 

^^ m3^WHC 

\/JU PouKiiS 

xJHm^ HJ T C i O of boD s 



NO. ; 



British Columbia.^ 



Horses over 3 years.. 
Horses under 3 years , 
Milch cows .... 
Other horned cattle . 

Sheep 

Swine 

Poultry 

Hives of bees 



NO. 



Manitoba.^ 



No. 



Horses over 3 years . . 
Horses under 3 years , 

Milch cows . . 

Other horned cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Poultry 

Hives of bees. . . 



New Brunswick. 

Horses over 3 years no. 

Horses under 3 years 

Milch cows 

Other homed cattle ... 

Sheep 

Swine 

Poultry 

Hives of bees 

Nova Scotia. 

Horses over 3 years No. 

Hor^'es under 3 years 

Milch cows 

Other homed cattle 

Sheep . . 

Swine 

Poultry 

Hives of bees 



I 



643,171 

193,572, 

1,251,209 

1,373,081 

3,155,509 

144,791 
1,366,083 



— I 



— I 






- I 



36,322 
8,464 
83,220 
80,467 
234,418 
65,805 

5,854 



41,925 

7,654' 

122,688! 

151,279 

3f)8,377 

54,162 

- I 

3,038| 



857,855 

201,503 

1,595,800 

1,919,189- 

3,048,678 



1,207,619 



20,1721 
5,960 
10,878 
69,573 
27,788 
16,841 



14,504 
2,235 

20,355 

39,926 
6,073 

17,358 



43,957 

9,018 

103,965 

108,595 

221,163 

53,087 



46,0441 

11,123 

137,639 

187,1K)4 

377,801 

47,256 



1,068,584 
401,988 
1,857,112 
2,263,474 
2,563,781 
14,105,102 

1,733,850 



32,105 
12,416 
17,504 

109,415 
49,163 
3«),764 

238,387 



61,926 
24,809 
82,712 

147,984 
35,838 
54,177 

544,228 



46,115i 

13,658 
106,649: 

98,043: 
182,9411 

60,945; 
6^2,4331 



52,210 
12,837 
141,684 
183,088 
331,492 
48,048 
792,184; 



1901. 



1.304,910 

272,58:< 

2,40^,677 

3,167,774 

2,510,239 

17,922,658 

189,986 

2,353,828 



29,889 

7,436 

24,536 

100,467 

33,350 

41,419 

363,379 

2,384 



138,468 

25,399 

141,481 

208,405 

29,464 

126,459 

1,167,876 

735 



54,062 

7,737 

111,084 

116, U2 

182,524 

51,763 

714,131 

3,290 



55,530 

6,978 

138,817 

177,357 

285,244 

45,405 

798,145 

989 



^JVot taken in 1871. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



91 



AGRICULTURE. 
Table xxvii. Live stock. 



Classes. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



,1901. 



Ontario. 



NO. 



8 over 3 years 

8 under 3 years n 

cows M 

homed cattle u 



T 

of bees 



II 
It 
•I 



*rince EJdward Island. ^ 

s over 3 years No. 

8 under 3 years n 

cows II 

honied cattle m 



of bees. 



M 
II 
II 



Quebec. 

s over 3 years No. 

8 under 3 years m 

cows II 

homed cattle •• 



•y 

of bees 



The Territories. 1 

8 over 3 years No. 

8 under 3 years n 

cows It 

homed cattle m 



•y .... 
of bees 



3(*>8,585 
120,416 
638,759 
764,415 
1,614,914 
874,664 

94,604 



196,339 
57,038 
406,642 
376,920 
1,007,800 
371,462 

41,295 



473,906 
116,392 
782,243 
919,924 
1,359,178 
700,922 



25,182 
6,153 
45,895 
44,827 
166,496 
40,181 



225,006 
48,846 
490,977 
5?9,356 
889,833 
329,199 



9,084 
1,786 
3,848 
9,024 
346 
2,775 



561,290 
220,648 
876,167 
1,064,606 
1,021,769 
1,121,396 
8,234,327 



25,674 
11,718 
45,849 
45,846 

147,372 
42,629 

534,962 



269,997 
84,293 
549,544 
419,768 
730,286 
369,608 
2,907,042 



39,267 
21,709 
37,003 

194,824 
64,920 
16,283 

191,539 



594,412 

126,726 

1,066,763 

1,422,043 

1,04(:.456 

1,562,696 

10,464,651 

116,403 



26,905 

6,826 

56,437 

56,342 

125,546 

48,007 

581,790 

86 



272,712 

47,961 

767,826 

598,044 

654,503 

404,163 

3,283,643 

65,986 



132,942 

43,520 

102,736 

489,004 

153,152 

73,916 

549,143 

113- 



^ot taken in 1871. 



"i 



TEE CA.VADA. TEAR BOOK 190B. 

AGRICULTURE. 
Tablr xxvni. Animal products. 






Cattle killed or sold 

Sheep killed or sold ... , 

Swine killed or BOld 

Poultry kiUed or sola . . . . 

Butter, honie-mMle 

CbeeBB, home-made 

WooL 

Egge'. 

British Colum 

CattlH killed or M>ld 

Sheep kilted or aold 

Swine killed ot sold , 
Poultry killed or sold . . . . 

Butter, home-made 

Cheese, home-made 

Wool 

Eggs...''. 

Manitoba.' 

Cattle killed or sold 

Sheep killed or sold . . . . 

Swine killed or sold 

Poultry killed or sold . , , . 

Butter, homemade 

Cheese, home-made . . . 
Wool 

E^T ::.;. ■,:..■,,.:;, 

New BruQswi 



CaLtle killed or sold . 
Sheep killed or sold . . . 
Swine killed or sold . . 
Poultiy killed or sold. . 

Butter, home-made 

Cheese, home-made . . , . 



507,726 
1,557,430 
1,216,097 

74.190,fi84 
4,984,843 

11,103,480 
],!»99,300 



5,115,947 
154,758 
796,ll» 



Cattle killed or sold.. 
Sheep killed or sold . . 
Swine killed or sold.. 
Poultry kiKed or sold 

Cheese, home-made . 
Wool 



102,545,169 
3,184.996 
11,300,735 
1,875,745 



13,696 
10,'41I 



7,465.285 
501,655 
1,142.440 



il,'J7,73Ti l,110,aW 

l,4M,ir2 1,342.288 

1,791.104' 2,565,413 

■ - 7,068,691 

111,577,210 105,343,076 
I!,2e7,203 

10,031.9701 10,657,Bn 



14,346 

34.786 

102;340 

1,092,9(16 

100,3^ 
33,837 

1,649.741 

84.266 
13.667 

122.1S8 
369,063 
8,676,661 

137,468 

16.2fi 
6,038,06! 



4,830,e68 

116,002 

162, S66 

4.791 



39,716 
692, 39S 
2H.335 



39,466 
81,617 
6S.16S 
383,68! 



709,816 

41,606 

3,120,012 



872.644 

1M» 



' Not takm in 1871. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 

AGRICULTURE. 

Table xxviii. Animal products. 



1871. 



ISSl. 



lied or Kid.. . 

lied ar«o1d.... 
lUed or sold.. . . 
iilled or Bold . . 
hom»-niBde , ■ . 
lome-mode . . . 

Be Bd»ard 

Uedorsald-... 
lied or sold ... . 
iled or sold . . . . 
killed or sold.. 
lome-iDade. . . . 

Quebec 

lied or sold .. 
lied or Bold... 
lied or sold.. 
kUled or Bold. . 
lotre-raade. . 
home-made . , 

The Tetritc 

illedoTBold... 
:lled or sold . . 
ilind or Boli . . 
killed or Bold, 
home-made — 
home.made . . . 

■t tsk™ ID isri 



277,966, 

&>3,618i 
TTT.m! 






lb. 



.')63,043 

748,972; 
7ni,048 



631,404; 

640,431'! 
1,2D7,631| 

59,664,4961 

i,oes,737| 

4,006,063 

3,41)1,833 



15,200 
6S.872 
ai,836 



190,273 
552,0831 
14,94R| 



30,630,397 
559,278 
2,730,540 



fi,017.Sf 
2,366,14 
49,779,84 



420,438 

2.177 

2,426,261 



2Ull.t»5 242,93!) 

416,001, 363,375 

341,770i 427,123 

- I 1,930,306 

30.113,226; 18,357,188 



«0,941 



1,09 





83.012 






19.695| 


42.016 




107.644 


897,433 


3,536,717 










1.1211 


3.940 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1305. 
AGRICULTURE. 
X. Valuee of farm property and products, 1901. 



I Canad* .total 

Land Aad buildinnfe 

Implements and machinery 

J&iiche^^'.'.'.'. '.'-'-'.'.'-.'. '.'.'-'. 
Otbec horned cattle 

1 Poultry. - 

^^ Bees 

^^1 EritiahCulumbLa. total 

^^ Xand and buildiogB 

' ImplementH and machinery 

Horseg 

MilchoowH 

Other homed cattle 

Poultry 

Bma. 

Manitoba total 

Land and building, ... . ... 

Implements and maohinery , , , 

Horaoa . . ... . . 

MilchcowB 

Other hqrned cattle 

Sheep. 

Poultry . . 



New Bruumvick... total 

IJand and buildingH . . ..... 

Implements and maohinery . 

mm 'eovii^... '.v. ".'.'.-.'.'.. '.'.'.. 
Other homed cattle ^ 

Poultry..!...'.'.!..,.'! 

Beea 

NovaSootia total 

Land and buildiuRs 

Implemeuta and oiachioer] 

Milch mwa'.'.\y. '..'.,.. '.'... 
Other barned cattie 



Olos 



. total 



1,787,102,630 Canada 

1,403,269,501 Field crops 

108,665,nO3 Fruits and vegetables. 

U8,279,41!l Nursery atook Bold in year ... . 

ti9,237,9T0 Live stock sold in year 

54,lW,34ll Meata, etc, of animals alaagh- 

10,490,eM; tered on Earm . . 

16,446,702 Dairy products 

6,723,890 Wool 

792,711 ^S6 

Honey and wax 

Maple sugar 

33.491,978 British Columbia. .toMl 

^^•™ Fnuis'^rTvi^tabrei:. !.■;!::. 

i';?''?t?; Nurseryalockaoldinyear ... 

Live stock sold in year 

Meats, etc., of animals slaugh- 
tered on farm 

Dairy products , 



l,l)W,im 



aOS,747 
U,9K~ 



16,71)3,463 
4,754.974 
.1,944, 40fi 



3,062.731 

4,312.286 
2,317,r'- 
1.170,327 



..total 



Manitot 

Field cropt 

Fniita and rt^tablea. 

Nnraery stock sold in year . . 

Live stock sold in year 

Meata, etc., of animals slaugfa. 

tcred on farm 

Dairy produotH 



«.(,.'. 



Nb' 



Field crops. 

Fruits and v^:eta1iles 

Nursery stock sold in year . . . 

Live stock sold in year 

Meats, etc., of animala slaugh- 
tered on farm 

]'ai^ products. ,' 



..total 



2,99o,a&a . 

2,3i»,Sfi6\ 

767, may 



Field crops. 

Fruits and vegetables 

Nursery stock sold in year 

Live fttock sold in year 



ok.. total 



CEXSUS STATO^TICS. 

AGRICULTURE. 

Table xxix. Values of farm property and product?, 1901. 



OlaeaeH. 



{ OeW horned oattle... 



032,488,069 
747,fl6a,BBM 

e2,(i97,7aa 

64,92B,W9 
3B,53fl,09Ti 
24,641,545; 

5,518,403 

10,S7a,74«l 

3,126,1661 

504,126 



itonej and wax 

Maple Bugac 

Ontario total 

Field crops 

FruitB ana vegetables 

Nursery atock sold in year 

Live atiick Bold in year 

Meat*, etc., of Bnimala slaugh- 
tered on farm 

Dairy products 

Wool 



Ojtmlionied cattle.. 

fyiat.'.'.'..'.. '.'.'.'..'.'.. 

S*' 



total 30,626,713 

23,118,946 
2,628,787 
2,147,935 
1,244,281 



Edward Ib- 



384.790 
355,373 
147,159 



Fit-Id crops 

Fruita and vegetablea 

Nursery stock sold in year . . . 

Live stock sold in year 

MeatG, etc., of animaU slaufrli- 

Dairy produutB 



f^t: 




Quebec total 

Fipld crops 

FmitB Bud vegetables 

Nursery stock sold in year 

Live stuck sold in year.. . 
Meats, etc., of animala slaugfa. 

teredonfann 

Dairy products 

Wool 



iney and wan , 

1 pie sugar. 

The Tercit 



,. .total 



2,886,997 

187,097 

548,108 

2,1(17 

11,250 



9.687,109 

34,776,330 

807,276 

6,756,221 



7.467.663 
4,641,1)47 
139,004 



1.111,614 

84,.'324 

249,423 

271 

96 

86,390,881 

41,S51,10>4 

2,»>4,S01 

64,124 

6,650,486 



8.006,3: 



Field orope. . . , . ] 

Fruita and vegetables 

Nursery atook sold in year ... - 1 

Live stock sold in yesr I 

Meats, etc., of animals alaugb-l 

tered on farm ! 

Dairy products > 



r 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

AGRICULTURE. 

Tabls sxx. Summary of farm values, 1901. 






Canada .total' 

Laud, buildings, implementBand 

mschinary 

Live stock 

Briliab Columbia.. total 

Land, buildings, implementB and 

machinery 

Livs Btook . . 

Manitoba total 

Land, buildinge, implements and 

machinery, 

Live Btocli 

New ISriinawiok.. total 
Land, building?, implemenlB and 
Live stock 

Nova Sootia total 

Land, build ingB, implemeat 

machinery 

Live stock 

Ontario total 

Land, buildings, impleuients and 
machinery. . . . . , . . , . , . , 

Prince Edward Isl- 
and total 

Land, buildings, implements and 

machinery . , 

Livestock 

Quebec ,. ..total 

Land, buildings, implements and 

I ' lava stock 

^^ The Ter[itories...total 

^^^■EMld, buitdings, implemeti ts and 

^^HF inaobiaery 

^^Kldve atock . . , 



6,S04,3LS 
1G1,356,081 

126,462,880 
25,902,201 

51,338,311 

4B,»ri,08e 

a,»66,642 
72.664,907 
61,961,283 



4,878,980 
436,076,916 



7fl,160,(i56 
50,865, WJI 



Canada total 

Field crops, Fiuits and v 
tables and nuru'ry stock 

in year. 

Live Blook sold in year, and 

total animal products 

British Columbia.. total 

Field croiui, fruits and veRe- 

tables and nursery sCiwk »o!d 

Live stock sold in year, and 
total animal products . . 
Manitoba .total 

Field crops, fruits and vege- 
tables and nursery stock sold 
in year 

Live stock sold in year, and 

total animal prodacts 

New Brunswick .total 

Field crops, fruits and vege- 
tables and nursery stock sold 

Live stock sold in year, and 
total animal products . . 
Nova Scotia total 

Fieki cropa, froita and vegB- 
tablcB and nursery stock wild 

Live stock sold in year, andi 

total animal products . , i 

Ontario total 

Field crop;, fruits nnd Teg< 
tables and nurseiy stock sold 

Live st<x:k sold in year, and 
total animal products , , 
Prince Edward 

and..,. total 

Field orope, fruits and vege- 
tables and nursery stock sold 

Live stock sold in Jear, and 
total animal products.. 
Quebec total 

Field cro[is, fruits and ■ .„_ 
tables nnd nursery stock sold 
in year 

Live slock sold in year, and 
total animal products . , . 
The Tecricoriea... total 

Field crops, fruits ond v^w- 
tsbles and nursery stock solii 

Lavb atucV wM m -JPrn, 






CENSUS STATISTICS. 



97 



AGRICULTURE. 
Table xxxi. Rent and hired labour, 1901. 




Canada. 

armland leased .acres. 

ent of land and buiHings. . $ 
38t of rent per acre n 

British Columbia. 

ibrmland leased acres. 

ent of land and buildings. . $ 
Dst of rent per acre m 

Manitoba. 

irmland leased acres 

ent of land and buildings . . $ 
Mt of rent per acre . . ... •• 

New Brunswiek. 

umland leased acres. 

ent of land and buildings. . $ 
)8t of rent per acre » 

Nova Scotia. 

irmland leased ... acres. 

ent of land and buildings. . $ 
>8t of rent per acre •. 

Ontario. 

irmland leased acres. 

ent of land and buildings . . $ 
Dst of rent per acre » 

i'rince Edward Island. 

irmland leased ... acres. 

ent of land and buildings. . $ 
)8t of rent per acre n 

Quebec. 

skrmland kased acres. 

ent of land and buildings . . $ 
3St of rent per acre. ... •• 

The Territories. 

irmlaiid leaded acres. 

ent of land and buildings . . $ 
)6t of rent per acre •• 

7 T.ML 



5,899,897 

7,356,323 

1 26 



209,178 

215,007 

1 03 



769,463 

516,383 

•67 



173,794 

87,799 
50 



Canada. 

Weeks of hired labour in year. no. 
Cost of labour with board. . . $ 
Cost per week n 

British Columbia. 

Weeks of hired labour in year. no. 
Cost of labour w^ th board ... $ 
Cost per week m 

Manitoba. 

Weeks of hired labour in year. No. 
Cost of labour with board ... $ 
Cost per week n 

New Brunswick. 

Weeks of hired labour in year. no. 
Cost of labour with board ... $ 
Cost per week n 



Nova Scotia. 



106,342 Weeks of hired labour in year. no. 
79,539|Cost of labour with board ... $ 
■ 73 Cost per week n 



Ontario. 



3,175,647 [Weeks of hired labour in year. no. 
5,228,042,Cost of labour with board ... $ 
1 '64 Cost per week n 



Prince Edward Island. 



33,2-49; Weeks of hired labour in year. No. 



32,449 

97 



CoEtt of labour with board 
Cost per week 



Quebec. 



986, 6351 Weeks of hired labour in year. no. 
1,039,212 'Cost of labour with board ... 9 
1*05 1 Cost per week h 

1 

I 

! The Territories. 

! 

445,599 1 Weeks of hired labour in year. no. 
156,892 Cost of labour with board ... $ 
'35|Cost per week. . vx 



4,473,769 

24,228,615 

5-42 



136,697 

1,223,230 

9 02 



419,248 

2,615,111 

6 24 



1.58,.348 

842,253 

5 32 



182,209 

960,227 

5-27 



2,359,632 

12,152,915 

5 15 



93,795 

346,241 

3 71 



4,512,674 
5 04 



230,406 



TUE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

AGKICULTURE. 

Table xxxii. Butter and cheese making, 1901. 



Numbflr of factQriea ... 

Value of building and plant S 

Pnrsons employed No. 

AgifTeilDte warking days. . . >i 

SaJkrieB and waeea S 

Cream for butter in. 

Creiuii for butler .lb. 

Milk for cheeee 

Cost of delivery to factories $ 

BritiBh CulumbiiL. 

Number of factories 

Valueof buildiDgnaDdplsjit S 

PeraODB employed no. 

Aggregate working days > 

StdariuB and wages Z 

Cream for butter, , , . in. 

Cream for butter lb. 

Milk for cheeHe •• 

CobC of delivery to factories S 

Manitoba. 

Number of factories 

Value of buildings and plant $ 

Persona employed No. 

ArarBgate working days. . . „ 

Solanea and wages t 

CFsam for butter iu. 

Cream for butter lb. 

Miik for cheese 

Cost of delivery to factorlfiB 3 

New Brunswick. 

Number of factories 

Value of buildinga and plant 8 

PetBona employed . .No. 

Aggregate working days. ... i> 

Salariea and wages S 

Oream for butter in. 

Cream for butter ...lb. 

Milk for cheese , 

Cost of delivery to factories. $ 

Nova Scotia. 

Number of faotorieb 

Value of buildings and plant $ 

Psraona employed. no. 

■ working days ,i 

d wages I 

_ for batiae lb. 

of delivery to faotoriea. ? 




3,676 

6,164,649 

6,88fi 

i.iwjoa 

1,461,110 

3,91f^40i; 

S8.180,441 

.296,9D0.9f" 

717,ai 



30,2&.3 

1,06^S42 

1,743,404 

12,728,826 

24,113 



Schedule. 



Pattona of hotter factories. Na 

Patrons of cheese factories, u 

Paid patrons for batter ... 3 

Paid patrons for cheese ... i. 

Butter made lb. 

Chessemade -i 

Value of butter made X 

Value of cheeee made •> 

Total value of products, . . >i 

British Columbia. 

Patrons of butter factories, no. 
Patroua of cheese f lotories .. 
Paid patrons for butter ... S 
Paid patrons for cbeese . . i. 

Butter made lb. 

Cheeaemade 

Value of butter made « 

Value of cheese made „ 

Total value of producta. . . n 

Manitoba. 

Patrons of butter faotorins . so. 
Patrons of cheeee factoneB , it 
Paid patrons for butter. ... S 

Butter made ... lb. 

Cheese made 

Value of butter made. ..... 8 



i of cheese made. . 
value of products. . , 



Patrons of butter factories. N 
Patrons of cheese fact<H jea. 
Paid patrons for butter, .. ' 
Paid patrons for cheeae . . . 
Buttermade... 1 



Value of butter mode, . . 
Value of cheese made, , . 
Total value of products.. 



Nova Scotia. 

Patrons of butter factories N 
Patrons of cheese factories, i 
Paid patrons for butter. . . . 

Paid patrons for cheene, , . 
Gutter niade. ...... , , . 1 

Cheese made 



leof b 



5,0-2\ ■ToW\vB,\iWQt 



c\uitw iwade . . 



76,394 
m,7» 
6,038,089 

i9,ae«,Bti 

36,0fle,!3) 
220,B3!,in 
7,840.973 
32,231,431) 
29,4G^40S 



106,890 
1(H,WD 



1,6S7.010 
1.289.413 
293,247 
lH.a!G 

41«I,I71 



l.S» 
4S,601 
lSB,5n 
387.814 

l,892,a8a 

187.106 

3ifi,ii9e 



1,060 
53.BS! 
4IS.9i3 

Se8,147 

S8,«SI 
58,S» 



■ CBNBVB STATISTIOB. 
AGRICULTURE.- 
Table zxxii. Butter and oheose m&king, 1901. 



Number of taptoriea 

Valne of biiildingB and plant $ 

Venom employed No 

Aggregate working days r 

Salaries and wages S 

Cream tor butter in, 

OeaiD for butter. lb. 

Milli for cheese 

Coat of delivery to factories. 9 



Number of faatoriea 

Value of buildiuBS and plant 8 

Persona employed No. 

AjTBregBite worldogdnys !■ 

Salaries aod wngea S 

Cream for butter in. 

Cream for butter lb. 

Milk for cheese „ 

Cost of delivery to factoriea. t 



Number of factoriea 

Valine of buildings and plant $ 
Persons employed., ...No. 

gate working days. . . ii 



SSSg 



Cream for butter ij 

Crtiam for butter II 

Milk for cheese 

Cost of delivery to factories. 



Number of factoriea 

Value of buildinRS and plnot S 

PfranQB employed So. 

Aiigregftte wnrkiugdaya " 

Salariea and wa|fi:B 9 

' Cream for buttiT in. 

Oream for butter lb. 

Milk for cheese . . 
Coato/delireo'tofaeforiea, * 

7i--Y.,. 



13.72S,8H5 

,402,483,811 

56B,4S2 



1,241.1 
46,9e7,l 
36,991 



Ontario. 

Patrons of butter factories 
Patrons of cheese faclorie! 
Paid iiBtronE for butter. , 
Paid patrons for oheeae. . 

Butter inadf 

Cheese made 

Value of butter made.... 
Value of cheese mode . . . 
Total value of products . . . 



Pattona of butter factories N 
Patrons of cheese factoriea. i 

Paid patrona for cbcpae. . . 

Butter made 1 

Cheese made 

Value of butti 



. of oheei 



made. 



Total value of producta.. 



Patrons of butter factoriea ni 
' Fatrcins of cheese factories m 
I Paid patrons for butler i 

" d patrona for cheeae ... 

__tttrmade 11 

Cheese mpide i. 

I Value of butter made i 

I Value of cheese made 

Total value ol products, ., . 



■una of butter factorii 
i Patrons of ohpese factoriea i. 
4fti Psid patrona for butter. ... 
7.21S' Paid patroua for cheese. . . 

13.0841 Butter made 

- Cheaae made 

l,e"fi,645 Value of butter made 

2Hi),m Value ol olieeee m^ie 

5.T87I Total value of yrcAwWa. 



S62,2^ 

4,457,519 

118,403 

449,400 

■ tHi7,802 



'\ 



745.134 
27,693 



TBE OAJfADA YEAR BOOK 1305. 

AGRICULTURE. 

Tablb XXXIII. Butter and cheese makiog, 1871-1901. 



Schedule. 



Number of factories . 

Fixed Bnd working capital % 

Number of emplojeeti 

Salnriee and wages 

Value of product* 

British Columbia. 

Number of factoriea 

Filed and working capital 

Number of employee* 



len. 



Value of products . . 
Mai 



Nun.ber of faclori* 

Filed and working capital 9 

Number of employeea . . 
Salaries and wf^BS. . . 
Value of prndncla 



Ne' 



ick. 



Number of factoriea 

Fixed ana working capital % 

Number of employe™ 

SalariuB and wages t 

Value of products ., 

Number of factories 

Fiieil anil working capital % 

Number of employees 

Salaries and wages % 

Value of products ., ! 16,000 

Ontario, '' 

Number of factories 

Fixed and working capital 9 

Number of employees. 

Salaries and wages % 

Value of pnducca ■. 

Prince Edward Island. j 

Number of factories I 

Fixed and working capital $ | 

Number of employees, 

Salaries and wages f 

Value of products i, 

Number of factories 

Fixed and woiking capital S 

Xiunber of employee* 

Sataries an.) wage*. 8 

Value of products i. 

TheTerriiories. 

Number of factories 

FittJ and workinir capitai S 

Number of eniplovettf - . - , ,.-,,.--,,,- - . . 

S^larim and vnees. 2 

V*Joe of product* , ■• 

' Chfeae only. 



1891. 



2,6B6,i»9 

3,013 

753,067 

9,784,28H 



3,376 
6,164,649 

6,886 
1,464,110 
39,462,4(6 



l,6e9.8&3 

1,S30 

630,274 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 
AGRICULTURE. 



101 



Table xxxiv. Average number of live stock per farm, 1901. 



Provinces. 



Horses 

3 years 

and 

over. 


Horses 

under 

3 years. 


Milch 
cows. 


Other 
homed 
cattle. 


Sheep. 


Swine. 



Poultry. 



Canada 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia ••. 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 

Quebec.. .... 

The Territories 



2-44 


&5 


3 


a3 


1 16 


4 


02 


•77 


1 


38 


21 


1 


02 


•14 


2 


83 


•66 


2 


02 


52 


1 


81 


•36 


5 


03 


167 



4*86 
370 
4 22 
3 02 
2 69 
5-49 
4-23 
564 
410 



6 


53 


5 


22 


4-86 


16 


no 


6 


51 


6 56 


6 


34 




89 


3 89 


3 


28 


5 


15 


1 43 


3 


66 


5 


86 


•88 


7 


60 


5 


62 


8-25 


4 


27 


9 


52 


3-62 


4 


55 


4 


99 


2-98 


19 


10 


5 


62 


3 14 



34 24 
43-22 
3450 
18-75 
14-60 
50-93 
43-24 
22 49 
22 52 



Tablb XXXV. Average of animal products per farm, 1901. 



Provinces. 



Cattle 


Sheep 


Swine 


Poultry 


Home- 




killed 


killed 


kUIed 


kiUed 


made 


Wool. 


or sold. 


or sold. 


or sold. 


Of sold. 


butter. 





Kggs. 



Canada 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. 

Quebec 

The Territories 



NO. 




NO. 


NO. 


NO. 




lb. 




lb. 




doz. 


2-30 


2-82 


529 


14 31 


210-83 


22-36 


159 


3 


69 


2 37 


5^12 


15 


80 


179 


46 


16 


80 


176- 


2 


51 


39 


3 73 


10 


91 


267 


22 


4 


23 


148- 


1 


10 


2 29 


1-53 


10 


6f 


214 


45 


20 


09 


81- 


1 


24 


2-49 


•91 


5 


22 


177 


66 


17 


98 


79- 


2 


98 


3 60 


9-49 


19 


43 


280 


89 


26 


99 


241- 


1 


47 


412 


3 47 


12 


11 


103 


•28 


31 


88 


180- 


1 


82 


2-77 


3 13 


14 


•05 


131 


•14 


21 


16 


105 


3 


35 


•94 


1-73 


4 


39 


151 


12 


25 


46 


90- 



66 
63 
66 
03 
95 
11 
29 
80 
72 



Table xxxvi. Average production of principal field crops p r farm, 1901 



Provinces. 











Turnips 


Wheat. 


Barley. 


Oats. 


P -ta- 
toes. 


and 
other 
roots. 



Hay. 



bush. 



Canada 

British Columbia. 
Manitoba. ..... . 

New Brunswick . 
Nova Scotia 



; 117 

60 

i 570 

10 

! 5 

Ontario 153 



Prince Edward Island. . 

Quebec 

The Territories 



56 

15 

223 



■75 
■51 
•92 
•86 
•23 
•24 
•12 
•11 
73 



bush. 



47 
12 

83 
2 
3 

86 
8 

19 



08 
43 
82 
82 
79 
75 
01 
46 



bush 



320 91 



242 
332 
137 
49 
475 
346 
257 



bush. 



S9 
971 
28 
32 
09 
61 
50 



114 
158 

59 
130 

89 
104 
377 
1*2.1 



11 
•43 
•50 

90 
■90 
■13 

19 



20 80, 'l^h-m ^"^^ 



bush. 

160-62 

106-39 

7 25 

58 81 

43 33 

340.56 

298 ■ 48 

^<^-^^\ 




tuns. 

16-58 
28-62 
14-95 
14-56 
13 62 
15-36 
12 78 



[ THE CANADA TSAR BOOK 1905. 

THE FOREST. 
Table s^stii. Production of timber, Ic^s, vood, etc, 1871-1901. 

CliLgses, 



Canaiia. 

Cords firewood 

Cords lathwood 

Cords pulpwood 

ConU tanbiirk 

Cubic leet birch and mapis . 

Cubic feet elm 

■Cubic feet hickory 

Cubic feet oak 

Cubic feet pine 

Cubic feet tamanc 

Cubic feet walnut .......... 

Cubic feet othPr timber. 

Number pin ri logs 

Number other logs 

Number maats, spara, eK?. . , 
Number electric wire polea . 

Number fence posts 

Number railroad ties 

Thoueaods staves. . . 



Cords firewood 

Cords lathwood... 

Cords pulpwood 

Cords taiiWk 

Cubic feet birch and niapli 

Cubio foet aim 

Cubic feet hickory 

Cubic feet oak 

Cubio feet pine 

Cvibic feet tamarac 

Cubic feet walnut 

Cubic fuet other timber, . . 

Number pina logs. 

Number othpr loga 

Number mustB, apai's, etc , 
Number electric wire poloi 

Number fence posts 

Number railroad ties 



Cards firewood 

Cords lathwood. , , . 

Cords pulpwood 

Cords tanbark 

''ibic feet birch and mnpli 
ibicfeetelm 



I.832,6S4 

197,827 

3,302,1)43 

26,191,193 

6,696,963 

220,570 

20,200,264 

12,416.40? 

9,314.567 

121,685 



400,418 

4,414,785 

3.191,908 

387,618 

5,670,894 

43,644,802 

4,653,575 

813,251 

48.066,968 

22,324.407 

26,026,584 

192.241 



10.547,181 
293,412 

261,110 



668,034 

100,712 

1.549,997 

l,36i766 



10,587,839 

3,666,130 

154,866 

21,606,204 



391,861 
28,302,255 
10,604,907 



255,111 
10,678,855 
8,151,780 



22.002 
2,284,660 
940,690 



7,009 
707,308 
346,547 



'Notts 



nl871. 



0BNSU8 STATTSTIOS. 



108 



THE FOREST. 
Table xxxvii. Production of timber, logs, wood, etc., 1871-1901, 



Classes. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



1901. 



M a n i t o b a— con. 

Cubic feet hickory 

Cubic feet oak 

Cubic feet pine 

Cubic feet taniarac ^ . . . 

Cubic feet walnut 

Cubic feet other timber 

Number pine logs 

Number other logs 

Number masts, spars, etc 

Number electric wire poles 

Number fence posts 

Number railroad ties 

Thousands staves 



New Brunswick. 



Cords firewood 

Cords lathwood 

Cords pulpwood 

Cords tanoark 

Cubic feet birch and maple. 

'Cubic feet ehn 

Cubic feet hickory , 

Cubic feet oak 

Cubic feet pine * 

Cubic feet tamarac 

Cubic feet walnut. 

Cubic feet other timber. . . . 

Number pine logs 

Number other logs 

Number masts, spars, etc . . . 
Number electric wire poles. 

Number fence poets 

Number railroad ties 

Thousands staves 



Nova Scotia. 



Cords firewood 

Cords lathwood . 

Cords pulpwood 

Cords tanbark 

Cubic feet bir^h and maple . 

Cubic feet elm , 

Cubic feet hickory 

Cubic feet oak 

Cubic feet pine 

Cubic feet tamarac 

Cubic feet walnut 

Cubic feet other timber 



2, 
1, 
3, 



545,679 
2,490 

28,228 

827,346 

1,250 

7,?60 
391,059 
360,825 
120 
192,608 
214,486 
538,152 
11,356 



747 



526,472 
924 

12,388 

518.727 

200 

240 

96,494 

260,658 

116,816 

2,265 

3,088,003 



300 

138.672 

2,168 

32,792 

622,059 

14,742 

240,033 



10 



781,729 
3,434 

55,535 

348,441 

2,400 

3,316 
162,716 
256,389 

2,371,061 

657,400 

5,001,069 

54,406 



955 



637,084 
5,585 

10,843 

549,330 

1,393 

630 

22,876 

160,177 

106,069 

13 

4,091,517 



700 

32,035 

650 

189,508 

323,110 

613 

270,384 

200 

305 

1,508,353 

473,672 

2 



616,049 
11,471 
11,372 
56,268 

636,161 
430 

1,412 

417,532 

266,320 

5,040 

883,679 

532,017 

4,619,iK)l 

187,965 

12,634 

1,494,484 

1,483,334 

8,026 



703,809 

9,598 

3,334 

12,574 

670,478 

1,040 

9,192 

26,226 

350,993 

19,600 

1,674 

2,206,675 



400 
6,068 

29,468 



16 

79 

640,361 

428,417 



495,451 

14,486 

16,145 

157,936 

1,160 

200 
60,009 



101,470 



19,672 

11,071 

657,221 

827,365 



535,862 

18,348 

3,570 

128,566 

410 

22,261 
98,577 



.359,873 



I THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

THE FOREST. 
Table xxxvii. Produolion of timber, logs, woods, etc., 1671-1901. 



1891. 1901. 



Nova Sc 

Number pine ]ogt 

Niunbac other logs 
Nuraber maata, apara, 
liumber eleotnc wire 
Number fence posts, 
Number railroad ties 
Thouaanda atavaa . . 



Corda firewood 

Cords lathwood 

Corda puIpwDod 

Corda tanbark 

Cubic feet birch and maple , . . 

Cubic teet elm 

Cubio feet hiokory 

Cubic feet oak . . 

Cubic fi*t pine 

Cubic fec^ Camarac 

Oubio feet walnut. 

Cubic feet other timber 

Number other loga 

Number maxta, apara, etc 

Number elactne wire polea , . 

Number fence poata 

Number railniad tipn 

Tbousauds ataves 

Prince Edward II 

CorcU firewood 

Corda lathwood 

Cords pulpwood 

Cnrds tanbark 

Cubio feet birch and maple . . . 

Cubio feet elm 

Cubic feet hickory 

Cubio feet oak 

Cubic tuet pina 

Cubic feet tamarac. 

Cubic feet walnut 

Cubic feet other timber 

Number pine logs , 

Number other logs 

Number maata, apara, etc . . . 
Number electric wire polen. , . . 

Number feuce posta 

Number railroad tie*. . . . 
Thouaauda tttavea 

1 Not taken in 1871. 



1,777,905 
157,976 
3,144,694 
16,316,901 
1,S23.444 
189,803 
10,594,943 
5.718,204 



4,870 



497,785 

2.250,693 

8,703 



ei2,760 

2,935,382 

377,911 

6,448,!"- 

14,111, i 

1,51B,360 

741,431 

26,200,058 

14,945,67" 

7,821,610 

23,731 



6.181,896 

IH914 
110,111 
1,133.990 
2,686,725 
316,977 



11,860,616 
10,586 

318,818 
6,467,980 



0EN8U8 STATISTICS. 



105 



THE FOREST. 



ABLE XXXVII. Production of timber, logs, wood, etc., 1871-1901. 



Classes. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



Quebec. 

rewood 

thwood 

ilpwood 

kD bark 

let birch and maple . 

tet elm 

et hickory 

<^t oak 

et pine 

et tamarac 

et walnut 

et other timber 

pine logs 

other logrs 

masts, spars, etc . . . 

electric wire poles . 

fence poets 

railroad ties 

ids staves 



The Territories.! 



:ewood , 

thwood 

ilpwood 

.nbark 

et birch and maple , 
et) elm ......... . . 

et hickory 

et oak 

et pine 

et tamarac 

et walnut 

et other timber. . . . 

pine logs 

other logs 

masts, spars, etc 

electric wire poles . 

fence posts 

railroad ties 

ds staves 



3,121,612 
7,148 

91,051 

600,995 

53,299 

39,612 

53,635 

9,223,575 

3,994,878 

28,382 

10,414,710 

5,011,532 

3,628,720 

94,822 



1,184 



3,638,928 
31,881 

285,940 

2,784,895 

163,049 

7,998 

59,587 

5,495,183 

2,707,745 

66,806 

14,382,814 

5,400,273 

8,182,434 

104,248 



3,585 



38,399 

127 

880 

30,110 
23,950 

54,806 

5,158 

52,738 

67 



3,380,389 

172,594 

131,199 

148,851 

959,304 

166,781 

49,786 

68,863 

1,982,840 

2,595,980 

79,173 

11,437,966 

2,560,298 

10,757,151 

50,498 

97,265 

10,670,437 

2,404,593 

44,628 



69,988 
25 

23 
4,728 
1.232 



4,850 
13,265 

763,488 
88,138 
59,594 

50 

1,213,974 

209,d00 



1901. 



3,070,273 

526,865 
27,994 

636,757 
82,655 

10,263 
1,132,957 



3,658,257 



6,751 

82,38& 

8,662,298 

2,703,807 



166,060 



180 
1,899 



168,429 



910,184 
6,396 



)t taken in 1871. 



106 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



THE FOREST. 
Table xxxviii. Values of timber, logs, wood, etc., 1901. 




Canada. 

Square, waney or flat timber 

Ash 

Birch 

Elm 

Maple 

Oak 

Pine 

All other timber 

L(^8 for lumber, etc — 

Elm 

Hickory 

Hemlock 

Oak 

Pine 

Spruce . ., . 

All other logs 

British Columbia. 

Square, waney or flat timber- 

Asli 

Birch 

Ehn 

Maple 

Oak 

Pine.. 

All other timber 

Logs for lumber, etc — 

Elm 

Hickory 

Hemlock 

Oak 

Pine 

Spruce 

All other logs 



Manitoba. 

Square, waney or flat timber 

Ash 

Birch 

Elm 

Maple 

Oak \ 

Pine 

All other timber 

Logs for lumber, etc— 

Elm 

Hickory 

Hemlock. , 

Oak 

Pine 

Spruce 

AJJ other logs 



1,480,312 

44,583 

151,281 

147,143 

37,014 

19,570 

458,218 

622,503 

29,793,399 

658,881 

19,702 

1,126,214 

153,917 

15,377,157 

7,345,819 

5,111,709 



107,770 



1,100 

89 

4,990 

101,691 

2,026,651 

450 

20,750 

373,731 

153,405 

1,478,315 



4,099 



120 

820 

3,159 

365,430 

1,241 



\ 



Canada. 

Miscellaneous — 

Bark for tanning 

Electric wire poles 

Fence posts 

Firewood 

Hop and hoop poles 

Masts and spars 

Piling 

Pot and pearl ashes 

Railroad ties 

Staves, stave bolts & headings 

Wood for pulp 

Total value of forest products- 
Square, waney or flat timber . 

Logs for lumoer, etc 

Miscellaneous 



British Columbia. 

Miscellaneous — 

Bark for tanning 

Electric wire poles 

Fence posts 

Firewood ... 

Hop and hoop poles '. . . 

Masts and spars 

PUing. 

Pot and pearl ashes 

Bailroad ties 

Staves, stave bolts & headings 

Wood for pulp 

Total value of forest products — 

Square, waney or flat timber . 

Logs for lumber, etc 

Miscellaneous . ,....* 



Manitoba. 

Miscellaneous — 

Bark for tanning 

Electric wire poles 

Fence posts 

Firewood 

Hop and hoop poles 

Masts and spars 

Piling 

Pot and pearl ashes 

Railroad ties 

Staves, stave bolts & headingB 

Wood for pulp .... 

Total value of forest products — 
Square, waney or flat timber.. 
\jO^ ^ot \w\r^i6t, «fc\fc 



1,459 
78 
84,9J^7 
277,665\ "NLiaceXUMveooaft. 



19,808,»78 

439,508 

208,397 

580,678 

14,548,528 

23,843 

29,005 

235,169 

19,216 

1,406,913 

149,252 

2,168,509 

51,082,689 

1,480,312 

29,793,399 

19,808,978 



499,736 

3,U1 

24,369 

382,703 

125 

7,202 

37,119 

42,172 
2,935 

2,634,157 
107,770 

2,026,661 
499,736 



580,622 

79 

26,439 

469,126 

52 
49 

84,777 



960,051 

4,099 

966^430 



0EN8U8 STATISTICS, 



107 



THE FOREST. 
Tablb xxxyiii. Values of timber, logs, wood, etc., 1901 




New Brunswick. 

Square, waney or flat tunber— 

Ash 

Birch 

Elm 

Maple 

Oak 

Pine 

All other timber 

Logs for luiD^ber, etc — 

Elm 

Hickory 

Hemlock 

Oak 

Pine 

Spruce 

All other logs 



Nova Scotia. 

Square, waney or flat timber- 
Ash . . , 

Birch 

Ehn.... 

Maple 

Oak 

Pine 

All other timber — 

Loes for lumber, etc — 

Hickory 

Hemlock 

Oak : 

Pine ... 

Spruce 

All other logs 



Ontario. 

Square, waney or flat timber— 

-Ash 

Birch 

Ehn 

Maple 

Oak 

Pine 

All other timber 

Logs for lumber, etc— 

Elm 

Hickory 

Hemlock 

Oak 

Pine ... 

Spruce 

Jj] other logs 



34,-184 

209 

17,010 

116 

476 

28 

6,722 

9,923 

1,667,694 

1,560 

184 

107,571 

232 

126,213 

1,099,302 

333,632 



109,102 

373 

47,783 

38 

4,124 

4,164 

12.923 

39;697 

1,839,936 

233 

166 

237,814 

15,207 

144,907 

1,272,663 

168,956 



/ 



518,666 

24,662 

8,554 

136,787 

21,564 

13,022 

219,219 

94,868 

12,764,768 

629,670 

17,304 

482,447 

126,901 

10,116,667 

71,221 

1,820,658 



New Brunswick. 

Miscellaneous- 
Bark for tanning 

Electric wire poles 

Fence posts 

Firew<x)d 

Hop and hoop poles 

Masts and spars 

Piling. . . 

Pot and pearl ashes 

Railroad ties 

Staves, stave bolts & headings 
Wood for pulp 

Total value of forest products- 
Square, waney or flat timber. 

Logs for lumber, etc 

Miscellaneous 



Nova Scotia. 

Miscellaneous— 

Bark for tannine . . 

Electric wire poles 

Fence posts 

Firewood 

Hop and hoop poles 

Masts and spars 

Piling 

Pot and pearl ashes 

Railroad ties 

Staves, stave bolts & headings 

Wood for pulp 

Total value of forest products — 

Square, waney or flat timber 

Logs for lumber, etc 

Miscellaneous 



Ontario. 

Mi scellaneous — 

Bark for tanning 

Electric wire poles. 

Fence posts 

Firewood . 

Hop and hoop poles 

Masts and spars 

Piling 

Pot and pearl ashes 

Railroad ties 

Staves, stave bolts & headinj^ 

Wood for pulp ... . 

Total value of forest products — 

Square, waney ot ^«A)\.\TDJofcT 

Logs for \\WDLDeT, e\Ai 

MiBcellaneowe 



1,295,860 

71,328 

7,776 

22,619 

984,381 

2,389 

3,272 

11,807 

12 

148,139 

6,560 

37,577 

2,998,038 

34,484 

1,667,694 

1,295,860 



1,460,490 

12,803 

857 

62,873 

1,094,257 

18,673 

6,619 

128,181 

60,783 

37,124 

48,320 

3,409,628 

109,102 

1,839,936 

1,460,490 



8,068,464 

234,838 

131,827 

143,972 

6,476,809 

608 

2,545 

39,858 

11,013 

627,816 

94,341 

304,837 

21,351,898 



108 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905, 



THE FOREST. 



Table xxxviii. Values of timber, logs, wood, etc., 1901. 




Prince Edward Island. 



Square, waney or flat timber— 

Aah 

Birch 

Elm 

Maple 

■t me ^. 

All other timber 

Logs for lumber, etc — 

Hickory 

Hemlock 

Oak 

Pine 



Spruce 



« • • • • 



spr 

All other logs . 

Quebec. 

Square, waney or flat timber — 

Ash 

Birch 

Elm 

Maple 

Oak 

Pine 

All other timber. ... . ... 

Logs for lumber, etc — 

Elm 

Hickory 

Hemlock 

Oak 

Pine 

Spruce 

All other logs 

The Territories. 

Square, waney or flat timber — 

Ash 

Birch 

Ehn 

Maple 

Oak... 

Pine 

All other timber 

Logs for lumber, etc — 

Ehn 

Hickory 

Hemlock 

Oak 

JL &XJC ■•■■ • ••■•••••t***aa 

Spruce 

AIJ other logs 



11,367 

311 

3,819 

41 
2,275 

240 

4,671 

49,139 

48 

49 

3,414 

38 

377 

24,860 

20,363 



679,190 

19,028 

74,116 

9,061 

8,585 

2,122 

212,859 

353,420 

10,846,644 

25,679 

1,999 

274,218 

10,080 

4,587,548 

4,502,102 

1,445,018 



15,644 



25 

445 

15,174 

233,137 



28,636 
137,299 



Prince Edward Island. 



JSIiscellaneous — ... 

Bark for tanning 

Electric wire pofes 

Fence posts 

Firewood 

Hop and hoop poles 

Masts and spars 

Piling...- 

Pot and pearl ashes * 

. Railroad ties 

Staves, stave bolts & headings 

Wood for pulp 

Total value of forest products — 

Square, waney or flat timber 

Logs for lumber, etc 

Miscellaneous 



Quebec. 

Miscellaneous — 

Bark for tanning 

Electric wire poles 

Fence posts 

Firewood 

Hop and hoop poles 

Masts and spars 

Piling 

Pot and pearl ashes 

Railroad ties 

Staves, stave bolts & headings 

Wood for pulp 

Total value of forest products — 

Square, waney or flat timber 

Logs for lumber, etc 

Miscellaneous 



r 1 



he Territories. 



Miscellaneous — 

Bark for tanning 

Electric wire poles 

Fence posts 

Firewood .■ 

Hop and hoop pole^ 

Masts and spars 

Piling 

Pot and pearl ashes 

Railroad ties 

Staves , stave bolts & headings 

Wood for pulp 

Total value of forest products — 

Square, waney or flat timber 

Logs for lumber, etc 

"Ni.\ac%\W^«!aw%. . . 



% 
19! 



2£ 



2 



7,^ 

i: 

I 

2 
4,7 



1,7 

18,9 

6 

10,8 

7,4 



CBN8U8 STATISTICS. 



109 



THE FOREST. 



Table xxxix. Value of Furs. 



Provinces. 



1871. 



1881. 



1891. 



1901. 



uiiibia 

iwiuk 

a 

vskvd Island 

3ries 

?d Territories 

aken in 1871. 



$ 



$ 


9 


$ 


987,555 


768,983 


899,645 


153,442 


233,790 


201,398 


80,452 


10,946 


16,651 


13,895 


23,921 


11,359 


17,177 


26,868 


9,377 


• 129,578 


204,201 


112,467 


1,524 


2,114 


617 


163,310 


208,425 


138,408 


428,177 


58,718 


146,517 


— 


— 


262,951 



•1 



uo 



THE CA2fADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



Table xl. 



THE MINES. 
Mineral products by quantities, 1871-81-1901. 



Minerals. 




1901. 



Canada. 



oz. 



Gold 

Silver 

Copper ore ton 

Iron ore 

Pyrites 

Manganese 

Other ores 

Coal 

Peat 

Plumbago , 

Gypsmn 

Phosphate of lime 

Mica 

Petroleum 

Salt 



11 



II 



II 



II 



lb. 

gal. 

brl. 

Building stone u 

Hoofing slate sq. 



British Columbia. ^ 



Gold oz. 

Silver n 

Copper ore ton 

Iron ore. . » 

Other ores u 

Coal M 

Building stone cu. ft. 



Manitoba. ^ 



Salt. ... 

Building stone. 



. brl. 

■ CU. ft 



New Brunswick. 



Copper ore 

Iron ore 

Manganese 
Other ores. 
Coal .... 



ton 



Peat u 

Gypsum i. 

Mica .. . . lb. 

Building stone cu. ft . 



32,941 

69,197 

13,310 

129,363 

2,800 

635 

14,063 

671,008 

14,772 

270 

114,433 

1,980 

4,010 

12,969,435 

8,870 

5,206,796 

6,013 



50 

3,070 

475 

10 

13,502 

160 

13,659 

10 

810,552 



70,015 

87,024 

8,177 

223,067 

20,770 

2,449 

5,924 

1,307,824 

28 

183,076 

14,747 

16,076 

15,490,622 

472,074 

40,126 

8,141,227 

10,536 



52,:>90 



2,560 

516 

268,300 



4 
325 



600 

2,133 

300 

24,689 

995 

221,666 



868,00» «, 
1,167,8V 



} 



30U« 

6,'au 

286^717 

6,321,715 

Ifil 

4,e«, 

218,890 < 

496 

9,510,000 

25,028,467 

405,888 

12,601,278 

6,000 



225,235 

1,034,6U 

204,496 

8^000 

1,682,859 
945,000 



564 067 



26,000 
6,000 
9,680 

89,710 
386,633 



Note. A census of the mining industry was taken in 1891, but the returns wore not 
published and there are no records m the office to show that they were oomiMled. 
1 Not taken in 1871. 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



Ill 



THE MINES. 



Table xl. Mineral products by quantities, 1871-81-1901. 



Classes. 




1901. 



Nova Scotia. 



I oz. 

Br H 

per ore ... ton 

ore «. ... ... ......................... II 

iganese n 

jr ores 

. bituminous . . 



II 



II 



sum 

sphale of lime m 

ding stone cu.ft. 

ing slate sq. 



Ontario. 



I, 



oz. 



per ore ton 

ore II 

tes , II 

)r ores m 



II 



II 



sum 

iphate of lime n 

i lb. 

abago ton. 

oleum gal. 

brl. 

ding stone cu.ft. 

5ng slate sq. 



Prince Edward Island. 

ding stone 

Quebec. 



ca.ft. 



I oz. 

)r 

xjr ore ton 

ore •» 

tes. . . .'. . M 

T ores M 

II 

abago . . 

(phate of lime. m 

fc lb. 

iing stone cu.ft. 

ing slate sq. 

The Territories. 



oz. 



, bituminous and lignite ton I 

brl. I 

iing stone cu.ft. i 



19,331 



3,666 

160 

14,053 

657,506 

15 

96,544 

5 

628,171 

1,420 



199 

69,197 

1,934 

30,726 

500 



4,230 
1,975 



12,969,435 
2,093,711 



3,411 

2 

11,326 

92,001 

2,300 

14,597 
270 

4,000 

1,674,362 

4,593 



16,167 

22 

2,000 

53,878 

316 

4,424 

1,013,345 

177,081 

165 

214,819 



152 
87,000 

170 
91,8771 
1,180 

121 

5,000 

5,658 

200 

15,490,622 

472,000 

3,698,488 

1,536 



120,284 



2,192 

6,007 

74,242 

19,590 

564 

28 

8,924 

15,876 

3,885,666 

9,000 



114 

1,590 

70 



39,631 

25 

16,094 

13 

3,397,036 

118,740 

493,606 



14,931 
130,000 

10,000 

255,880 

15 

160 

900 

15 

2,820,000 

3,000 

25,028,467 

406,888 

6,000,291 



141,750 



46 

3,196 

20,040 

21,169 



1,000 

480 

6,690,000 

4,047,741 

5,000 



581,157 
332,140 

33,750 



112 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
TEtE MINES. 



Table xli. Mineral products by quantity and value, 1901. 



Classes. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



ton 



II 



Canada. 

Metallic ores and products — 

Copper ore raised 

Copper ore marketed 

Grola from placer mining oz. 

Grold in uiatte or concentrates i 

Grold from lode or vein mining n 

Gold ore from lode or vein marketed ton 

Iron ore marketed n 

Lead in matte lb. 

Nickel and copper ore raised ton 

Nickel and copper ore marketed n 

Nickel in matte ' lb. 

Copper in matte u 

Pigiron ... / ton 

Platinum (fine) oz. 

Silver ore i-aised ton 

Silver ore marketed ' n 

Silver in matte or concentrates oz. 

Silver-lead ore raised ton 

Silver-lead ore marketed n 

Zinc ore n 

Abrasive products — 

Carborundum 

Corundum (in grain) 

Grindstones and pulpstones ton 

Infusorial earth and tripolite raised •• 

Infusorial earth and tripolite marketed n 

Puel and light materials — 

Anthracite coal 

Bitummous coal raised 

Bituminous coal marketed . ' 

Lig^it? coal 

Coke 

Peat. 

Carbide of calcium 



lb. 



ton 



M 



II 



II 



Produce of petroleum — 

Illuminatmg oil , imp. gaL 

Lubricatiug oil n 

Benzine and naphtha n 

Gas and fuel oils and tar n 

Par iffin wax and candles ^ lb. 

Natural gas 



Pigiiirnts- 



Barytes (crude). 
Ochres. 



ton 

II 



259,661 

106,906 

616,867 

12,509 

112,876 

202,957 

283,124 

6,725,680 

209,586 

12,466 

7,180,000 

15,607,364 

152,029 

40 

14,826 

2,2aH 

1,157,807 

225,794 

76,927 

250 



171,885 
868,000 



1,653 
1,163 



17,549 

5,253,257 

4,642,246 

50,869 

144,413 

160 

1,361 



11,713,766 
1,980,42^ 
1,463,^89 
3,669,102! 
4,599,683 



1,286 
1,182 



Structural materials of stone and clay — 

Common brick no. | 371,202,668 

Vitrified brick „ | 5,748,000 



47,956,864 

26,161,161 

1,699,560 

19,746,663 

260,173 

1,994,'iOO 

2,502.481 

486,720 

156,623 

104,304 

767,506 

1,415,764 

2,316,626 

400 

124,461 
665,943 

2,986,048 
5,000 

126,575 
13,134 
43,429 

41,400 

27,612 

14,095,477 

52,647 

11,341,669 

n,eoo 

567,371 

450 

68,306 



1,069,»42 
232,804 
174,345 
200,93t 
184,717 
139,703 

18,822 
4,982 



6,483,20 
2,196,239 

72,275 



'Including $9,ie2,C^i for Yukon terntoty. 



CENSUS STATISTICS, 



lis 



THE MINES. 
Table xli. Mineral products by quantity and value, 1901. 



* yMHSBVXI* 



Quantity. 



Value. 



NO. 

II 
II 
II 
II 



C A N A D A — con. 

Structural materials of stone and clay — con. 

Pressed brick 

Glazed brick and tile 

Roofing tile 

Terra cotta 

Drain tile . . 

Sewer pipe h 

^ Pottery and earthenware n 

Granite cu.yd. 

Limestone (dimension) n 

Sandstone n 

Slate sq. 

Rubble and other stone ton. 

Lime bush. 

Sand and g^vel ton. 

Natural rock cement brl. 

Portland cement n 

Miscellaneous products — 

Actinolite ton. 

Arsenic, white. . h 

Asbestos and asbestic n 

Chromic iron ore i 

Felspar n 

Graphite, crude n 

Graphite, manufactures of. n 

Gvpsum, crude. .^ n 

Plaster and other manufactures of gypsum .' 

Limebtone for flux 

Mica, cut or ground 

Manganese ore 

Mineral water (natural, not in bottle) imp. gal. 

Moulding sand *. ton. 

Phosphate of lime (apatite) n 

Pipe and boiler covering.. n 

Pyrites n 

Silica (quartz) n 

Salt brl. 

Soapstone ton. 

Talc 



II 



II 



II 



II 



British Columbia 



oz. 



II 



Metallic ores and products. . , 

Copper ore, raised ton. 

Copper ore, marketed n 

Copper in matte lb. 

Gold from placer mining 

Gold ore from lode or vein marketed 

Gold from lode or vein mining 

Gold in matte or concentrates 

Iron ore, marketed 

Lead in matte 

Platinum, fine 

Silver ore raised ton. 

Silver ore marketed 

8 — T.B. 



II 



lb. 
oz. 



14,444,000 
25,000 
49,500 

22,145,700 



89,825 

325,888 

50,681 

5,000 

216,508 

3,201,494 

272,192 

121,000 

414,055 

500 

300 

22,922 

1,338 

1,213 

3,000 

100 

209,356 

78,462 
. 4,481 

6,013 

983,868 

3,055 

495 

15 

5,000 

405,888 

1,000 

1,000 



« 



204,496 

76,240 

7,629,364 

34,664 

202,115 

58,213 

12,509 

8,000 

5.409,840 

40 



134,336 

1,300 

767 

48.000 

251 349 

369631 

226,020 

604,136 

816,526 

206,443 

21,000 

101,244 

523,862 

38,166 

106,800 

765,876 

2,071,867 

3,000 

22„725 

416,832 

20,300 

1,820 

48,000 

7,000 

194,128 

88,706 

68,351 

272,016 

337,628 

61,080 

97,638 

2,128 

3,807 

68,945 

105 

6,600 

345,148 

2,000 

4.000 

14,679,777 

10,559, %9 

1,387,773 

995,753 

582,292 

2,493,981 

983,953 

250,173 

23,250 

144,077 

400 



114 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



THE MINES. 



Table xli. Mineral products by quantity and value, 1901. 



Classes. 




Value. 



British Columbia— con. 

Metallic ores and products— con. 

Silver in matte or concentrates — oz. 

Silver-lep.d ore raised ton. 

Silver-lead ore marketed i. 

Fuel and light materials 

Bituminous coal raised ton 

Bituminous coal marketed n 

Coke II 

Structural materials of stone and clay 



Common brick . . . . No. 

Pressed brick. ... n 

Terra cotta n 

Drain tile 

Sewer pipe , 

Pottery and earthenware 

Granite cu. yd. 

Lime bush. 

Miscellaneous products 

Limestone for flux ton. 



II 



II 



Manitoba 



Structural materials of stone and clay — 

Common brick • no. 

Limestone (dimension) cu. yd. 

Rubble and other stone ton. 

Lime 

Sand and gravel 



II 

II 



New Brunswick 



Metallic ores and products — 

Copper ore raised ton. 

Copper in matte lb. 

Abrasive products — 

Grindstones and pulpstones 

Fuel and light materials — 

Bituminous coal raised ton. 

Bituminous coal marketed n 

Structural materials of stone and clay — 

Common brick no. 

Pressed brick u 

Drain tile n 

Pottery and earthenware m 

Granite cu. yd. 

Sandstone n 

Rubble and other stone ton 

Lime bush. 

Sand and gravel n 

Miscellaneous products — 

Gypsum (cruae) marketed ton 

Plaster and other manufactures of gypsum i 

Manganese ore n 

Mineral water (natural, not in bottle) %«.\\. 



1,024,611 

223,354 

76,835 

1,582,859 

1,291,481 

91,855 

13,685,000 
495,000 

200,000 



35,000 
41,871 

36,000 



15,830,000 

20,521 

6,123 

194,310 

15,092 



25,000 
1,250,000 



9,680 
9,105 

9,660,000 

104^000 

63,000 

1^867 

12,412 

1,000 

443,436 

37 

89,716 

6,000 
601,000 



589,218 

3,902,438 

3,491,720 

410,718 

187,870 

105,040 

12,480 



5,000 



1,500 
20,000 

8,850 
30,000 
30,000 



216,890 
216,890 



56,222 

7,686 

39,686 



650,679 

100,000 

100,000 
38,400 
38.400 

17.479 
17,479 



67,140 

1,564 

1,710 

20,600 

19,600 

32,170 

4,600 

lli984 

240 

232,392 

89,716 

57,606 



CENSUS STATISTIJS. 



115 



THE MINES. 
Table xli. Mineral products by quantity and value, 1901. 



Classes. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Nova Scotia. 

ores and products — 

r ore raised ton 

r ore marketed «i 

rom lode or vein mining oz. 

re marketed ton 

)n II 

} products— 

stones and pulpstones n 

rial earth and tripolite raised 

rial earth and tripolite marketed 

I light materials — 

inous coal raised ». 

inous coal marketed 



II 



II 



s — 

38, crude. 

al materials of stone and clay — 

on brick 

d brick 

tile ^ 

ye 



II 



II 



tone (dimension) 
tone 



. NO. 

•I 

II 
.cu.yd. 



It 



II 



e and other stone ton 

. . bush. 

md gravel ton 

neous products — 

m, crude 

r and other manufactures of gypsum 

tone for flux 

itnese ore m 

Ontario. 

ores and products — 

r ore raised ... ton 

r ore marketed n 

r in matte lb. 

)re from lode or vein marketed ton 

rom lode or vein mining • oz. 

re marketed ton 

I ore raised h 

I ore marketed , . . . m 

I in matte •. ^ lb. 

3n ton 



ore raised 

ore in matte or concentrates, 
re 



B products — 
rundum . . . . 
dum 



II 

oz. 
ton 



lb. 

II 



i light materials- 



25 

25 

39,631 

16,094 

40,279 



1,653 
1,153 

3,397,036 

3,077,978 

52,558 

886 

21,685,200 

650,000 

12,000 

1,085 

800 

16,393 

1,500 

44,000 

1,000 

118,740 

8,582 
13 



10,000 

10,000 

6,728,000 

842 

14,931 

255,880 

209,586 

12,466 

7,180,000 

105,073 

12,500 

130,000 

250 



171,885 
868,000 



le of calcium. . 
—T.B, 




9,042,003 

1,277,349 

587 

753,638 

36,211 

486,913 

30,612 

3,000 

27*612 
7,366,165 

7,219,512 

146,653 

1,772 

1,772 

230,664 

119,036 

8,100 

200 

4,300 

810 

82,425 

1,125 

10,560 

4,108 

135,441 

102,912 

25,100 

6,369 

1,060 

10,417,576 

3,767,054 

210,000 
320,001 
8,500 
256,609 
370,802 

104,304 

767,506 

1,659,332 

75,000 
5,000 

56,563 
13,134 
43.429 






116 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905, 



THE MINES. 

« 

Table xli. Mineral products by quantity and value, 1901. 



Classes. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



O n t a r i o — con. 

Products of petroleum — 

lUuminating oil • imp.gaL 

Lubricating oil n 

Benzine and naphtha n 

Gau and fuel oils and tar n ' 

Paraffin wax and candles lb. 

Natural gas 



Structural materials of stone and clay — 

Common brick.. no. 

Vitrified brick 

Pressed brick 

Glazed brick and tile 

Roofing tile 

Terra cotta. 

Dr«i.in tile 

Sewer pipe 

Pottery and earthenware fi 

Limestone (dimension) cu.yd. 

Sandstone n 

Rubble and other stone ton 

Lime bush. 

Sand and gravel ton 

Natural rock cement brL 

Portland cement n 



Miscellaneous products — 

Actinolite ton 

Arsenic, white n 

Felspar h 

Graphite, crude u 

Gypsum, crude n 

Limestone for flux n 

Mica, crude n 

Mica, cut or ground i« 

Mineral water (natural, not in bottle) imp. gal. 

Moulding sand ton 

Phosphate of lime (apatite) n 

Pipe and boiler covering n 

Pyrites . . n 

Salt brl. 

Soapstone ton 

Talc M 



Prince Edward Island. 

Structural materials of stone and clay — 

Common brick No. 

Sandatone qm,^^.\ 



11,713,756 
1,980,428 
1,463,689 
3,669,102 
4,599,683 



211,221,940 

5,205,000 

9,768,000 

25,000 

49,600 

21,670;700 



206,867 
16,376 

172,036 
1,994,381 

232,663 
' 121,000 

342,066 



600 

300 

1,000 

3,000 

900 

30,000 

1,410 

286,200 

3,065 

16 

16 

406,888 

1,000 

1,000 



1,660,000 



1,069,944 
292,804 
174,846 

200,9^ 
184,717 
139,703 



3^634,148 

1,210,767 

60,966 

91,570 

1,300 

16,500 
237,589 
174,681 
134,820 
635,914 

79,4« 

73,084 
2eO,U4 

25,961 
106,800 
619,018 



887,611 
3,000 

22,725 
1,000 

48,000 
1,500 

^t 

242.402 

28,004 

2,138 

105 

41,740 

105 

845,148 

2,000 

4,000 



16,736 

16,786 

10,385 

6^400 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



117 



THE MINES. 
Table xli. Mineral producta by quantity and value, 1901. 



Classes. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Quebec. 

ores and products— 

' ore raised ton 

ore marketed. . . it 

•om placer mining oz. 

e marketed ton 

1 matte lb. 

n ton 

n matte or concentrates oz. 

ead ore raised ton 

ead ore marketed . , n 

J — 

3 ■ ton 

.' II 

il materials of stone and clay — 

»n brick No. 

d brick m 

I brick 
:otta. . 
tile... 
pipe 



II 
II 
II 
II 
II 



and earthenware 

3ne](dimension) ... n 

sq. 

and other stone ton 

bush. 

ad gravel ton 

id cement brl. 

leous products — 

)s and asbestic ton 

c iron ore n 



be, manufactures of n 

and other manufactures of gypsum n 

9ne for flux 

Tude 



II 



II 



!ut or ground : m 

1 water (natural, not in bottle) imp. gal. 

ate of lime (apatite) ton 

id boiler covering n 

quartz) m 



The Territories (including Yukon.) 

Dres and products — 

om placer mining oz. 

light materials — 

cite coal. .. , ton 

nous coal raised u 

nous coal marketed. ... / n 

coal II 

1 materials of stone and clay — 

n brick ISO. 

)De cw.-jd.' 

\:»3A\i. 



20,040 

20,040 

46 

3,160 

315,840 

6,677 

3,196 

2,440 

92 

490 
1,182 

89,955,528 

543,000 

8,437,000 

300,000 



51,873 
97,710 
5,000 
35,850 
555,996 
23,500 
72,000 

22,922 

1,338 

213 

100 

3,880 
3,071 

96,668 
480 

5,000 



582,157 

17,549 
263,682 
263,682 

50,869 






2,960,704 

293,936 

101,200 

828 

6,457 

11,446 

170,280 

1,726 

2,000 

17,050 

3,220 

1S>83C» 

1,863,896 

492,921 

11,310 

20,622 

30,000 

6,900 

163,000 

69,200 

560,236 

223,580 

21,000 

15,000 

96,268 

7,000 

146,868 

786,823 

416,832 

20,300 

820 

7,000 

6,000 

1,382 

156,272 

95,226 

44,584 

3,702 

27,205 

6,500 



9,973,558 

9,163,443 

9,163,443 

737,196 

52,647 

612,948 
71,600 
72,920 



i 



THE CAVADA YEAR BOOK 190S. 

THE MINES. 
Averages and ratios for mines and works, 1901. 




'KwliioiM'of Vuki 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 

THE MINES. 

Tablk xuii. Mineral products of the Dominion, 1901. 



Kmd^ I 









Officers a&tu- 
niid t.ac 



Metallic ores and produota— 53,372,009 

Copper ore and products' 4,648,100 

Gold ore (lode or vein) and products' 18,657,075 

Gold (plurer) including pUUnuiD' ... 8,4T3,»&1 

Iron ore and products " 

Nickbl-copper ore t,ad products 

Silver ore and products 

ailver-iend ore and products . ■■. , . ... 

Abrmsive products— ■ 

Corandum n5,3»7 

Carborandum 

Uriudatonea i«,850 

Tripnlite 

Fnel and liglit materials— 

Anthracite Coal 

BitumiAOua coal and coke 

Ligni's oosl ' 70,827 

Peat - lilW 

Oarbida of oftlciimi 318.000 

Petrolenni products. 

Natural gas 

PiiFiaeDts— 

Baryt«a and ochre 

SWnotural materials of stone and olay— 0,739.917 

Clayproducta 4,210,344 

Granite.. 296,515 

Linifstone and rubble 

Oemmt, natural rock 

Cement, Pui'tland 

Sandstone and rubble 

Sand and gtavel 

Slate. 

MiscBllaneoua products — 

A-sbestoB ...-.,,.,.- 

Chr..inio iron ore 

Gypsum and mantifaatures of gypsum. 

Limestone for tlu* 

Mica (with [rfiosphatee and pyriteaj . . . 

Mineral water 

Mouldinfi sand 

Salt B73,77C 

Pipe and boiler covering 18,100 

Mica, cut or ground HO,B10 

Other products. 



I 7,016,683 2 
' 1,053,973 
' 2.626,736 
.'«I,734 
704,4H5 
1 752,237 
I 122.108 
I 1,533.278 



72,320 



1 In this table the value of copper ore and products con.priaea 81,095,753 copper, 8250,175 
gold and»29!.lSSailrer:thovalueotp)ldor«and producCaoomprises 84, 4UU.08lKold, 828,637 
Bilv«r, 839,811 lead and S2-2,73.1 arsenic ; and the value of placer (f^ld comprisBa SAW! v'^*-" 
tinum. Tho total production of gold in the ccnana year ia »o'i,*«0 ounces, ■«OT'e^^%V^.,^^v 
417. The ebUueica of ra/ues of peal eetate and plant, num^jet o\ officer «n4-«tK*»asii.''™S 
aomt of eafarim and wages for piAcer gold minca are eii.c\aBWB oS'^iiV.oti fiaWtw*.- 





^^^ 






^^ 


120 


THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 190 
MANUFACTURES. 






^H Table xliv. StaMsticH of industries, 


1871. 






Estab- 




Wage 


Wages 


Coet 


ValoB 


Kiiida of indnstriea. 


linh- 


Capital. 


f^ 


of 


of 




mentB. 






bbour. 


materials. 


Iffoducts. 




NO. 


» 


NO. 


8 


S 


9 


By KTOui* 


41,259 


77,964,020 


187,942 


40,851.009 


124,907.846 


221,617.773 


1. Food prod uotB 


3.022 


12,632,202 


10,728 


3,413,701 


46.!»11,&27 


56.888.27 


2. Testili^.. 


3,586 


8,009,3Se 


21,665 


4,133,090 


14,905.1.'Mi 


24,768,97» 


3. Iron and Bteel pra- 








ducte.- 






13,223 


4,007.106 


6.5M.980 


13.92S.8iB 


4, Timber and Imnbor 




' ' 


and t,heirre-muiii- 














factuoH 


9,965 


20,688,646 


61,923 


B,314,6i: 


21,393.748 


41,066,W1 


5. Leather and its Gn- 














i«hed products. . . 


6,38B 


6,606,88.') 


26,670 


6.890.576 


14.860,304 


27.flBB.M 


fi. Paper and printing. 


393 


3.16:,680 


5,058 


1.602,422 


2,014,182 


5.199.964 


7. Liquors and bevar- 














agi-a 


ms 


2,619,656 


l,fl02 


534,874 


2,184,938 


6,459,«l 


8. ChPoiioakaDdaUied 














products.. 


671 


2.049.656 


2.232 


682,508 


2,792,804 


6.816,601 


9. Clay, glnu and Btone 
proauctB. 














1.767 


1,630.824 


7,702 


1.333.486 


747,4»3 


3,48%4K 


10. Metale and nieta 














products other 














than steel 


1,07(1 


2,096,393 


4,616 


, 1,206,038 


1,882,336 


4.8U,7» 


11. Tobaoco and ite 














iDanufaotures... 


77 


573,145 


2,216 


407.095 


1,197,745 


3,UCM 


12. Vehidea for land 
















2,641 


1,967,609 


7,973 


1,952,506 


1,690,731 


6.8ei,I!l 


13. Vesaela for WBt*r 
















4% 


1.348,046 


6,715 


1.610,737 


2,427,424 


5.410,IM 


14. Miscelisneouiindua- 
















1,0H3 


6.081,06] 


8,849 


2.293,959 


4,363,812 


9.48S.B37 


IB. Hand tradw. 


8,438 


2,571,355 


16,770 


S.568,336 


3,004.386 


9.26lliB« 


i. Food products 


3.922 


12,532.203 


10,738 


2.413,701 


•15.911,827 


Sfl.6M.JJJ 


Baking powder anc 














aavouring extracts... 


2 


3,430 


8 


3,114 


6.330 


11. w> 


Bread, biscuits and uin- 














f eotionery 


9S6 


1.064,631 


2.604 


680,439 


4,874,856 


6,Ba«* 


ButMr and cheese 


353 


400. 7B4 


998 


120,026 


1,348,904 


l.fl01.7» 


Finh, prewrved 


34 


82.066 


552 


63.290 


128,004 


3Bifla 


Flouring and grist mil! 














Slaughtering and meal 
packing 


2,295 


9,929,898 


4.992 


1,232,879 


32,474,548 


3B,1M,BI 


ie;< 


419,326 


841 


146.376 


2,942,786 


3.7swa 


Sugar, refined 


4 


425,000 


369 


118,200 


3.716.000 


4.t»T» 


Vinegar and pick lei ... 


•W 


64,179 


149 


18.746 


1^^777 


mm. 


^- All other (oods 


6fl 


153.019 


165 


31,631 


413,622 


• fi80,tJS 

- 


^^H Ifors, In thu table 


statistics are given 




» wtameiMw 


.urMSpeetJn) 


^^Bfifis J] uiD bar of peracmt 


employed. 






^^ 






^^tm 


hIh 






^^^^H 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Table xliv. .Statistica of industries, 1871. 



la of iadiutrieB. 



inK, men's (factory I 

luet) J 

ing, women 's(dreaB- i 
UDg, etc). . 



sbiDg goods, men's 

caps and furs 

rj- and knit goods. 



Iron imd 

■a und enRLnet . . . 
ry and edge tools. . 
iry and machiDe 

wBjv, cairiaga and 

ilery 

Lud steel products . 
and T&ults... 



Timber and lum- 
Bi and their 
lanufaotares . . . 

rd Cables and i 

als 

I, wooden 



Itered goods , 
and pegt . , . , 



IB and windmills . . 

»,boi 

working and ti 



Bstab- 



Wage 



Wages 



107.782 

6H,000 

l.lfia,038 

62,638 

2,780 


559 

96 

1.861 

24( 


82,950 
12,600 
382,419 
39,233 
2,989 


762,903 

2,776,814 

30.000 


1,224 

4,453 

10 


146,370 

917,827 

4,500 


6,221,632 

762,400 
]B0,01& 


12,223 
1,265 
»87 


4,007,105 
■422:086 
148,»4 


3,760,505 


7,653 


2,429,816 


89,850 
828,050 
52.8(M 

BBioti 
!I4«,W0 
4fi,000 


163 

1,366 

118 

17! 

9l)t 


61,000 
437,370 
31.610 
Ka,465 
18.360 
375,845 
30,400 


20,588,645 
17,250 


'l8i 


9,314,617 
23,261 


8,000 
100,793 
450,514 
83,800 


6 

517 

3,442 

31 


2,200 
100,734 
644,953 

a,ioo 


2,050,176 
33,260 
16,62y,l>62 
967,294 
106,016 
66,964 
16.900 


4,306 

82 

3S,791 

2,619 

1,127 

280 

47 


1,188,436 
25,004 

8.321,396 
735,716 
82,801 
6.9,340 



i 



14,900,136 

400 

5,393,426 



128,617 

76,400 

1,538,660 

92,764 

7,649 



5,(30,980 
600,708 
137,306 



133.446 
23,370 

267,449 
35,200 



271,558 
686.270 
27,360 



17,101,8! 
1,614,888 
78,499 
37,618 



116,000 
2,876,060 
189,132 



2,26.3,784 

5,607,549 

60,000 



13.828,855 
1,407,675 
430,296 



16.000 
636,430 

1,772,663 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Tablb sliv. Statiatica of induatriea, 1871. 



Kinds of induBttieB. 



V. Lnnllier and its 

RniBhed prodiicte. . 

Bating uod tioae, lenthur 

Boiita and ahoas 

HarnHBaaadaaddlerj;.. 
Leather, Cmmed, currisd 

and finished. . . . 
Leather goods 

vi. Paper and pri 
Printing and boukbind- 
Printing and publubing 

vii. Liquors and bev- 

Liquors, diatUleJ.. 
Liquon, malt 

viii. CbHmlcalB and 
allied prodiiotK. . . 

UniBS 

ExpToBives 

Oils. 

Paints and vamiahea. . 
Patent medicines. . . . 

Salt 

Stareb ,,^ 

ix. Clay, glawi ani 

stone prodncts 

tirick, tile and ptttery.. 
Oment, natural ro~' 
Cement, Portland 

Gtass 

Grindatones and pulp 

Lime .'..'.'.'..'.'.'.".'.'.'.'. 
Monuments and tomb- 
All othor indnatri« 

I. Metals and metal 
prodiittBOthfr than 
.tteel..... .... 

Jenelry and repain. 
Lrad Ittir and uipH. .. 
Plumbing and trnnui 

in^ 

, Si/renuaithing 

Saielting. 

All other industries . 



Estab- 



Wage 




Wagea 



6,385 6,605,886 

4,lni: 3,3H 
1,045 63 

1,142 2,65 



465,900 
94,000 

651,740 
84.850 
57.650 



136,120 

68,60!l 
128,508 



2,096,393 
457,412 
204,512 
50,8BT 



634,874 


2,184,938 


54,841 
186,890 
29?, 143 


69,687 
1,203,071 
912.180 


682,608 
64,076 
10,175 

204,850 

aijoe 

19.850 
63,030 
27,100 

171,721 


2,792,804 
475:535 
55,000 
1,4.W,«42 
1S1.31S 
48,643 
23,935 
101,150 
407,684 


3.'a.486 
497,207 


747.493 
135,807 


15,300 


14,680 


104,360 


102,275 


53,987 
157,943 


4,820 
97,543 


408,021 


385,672 



1,133.681 
34,260 



'^ind 



Tobacco, 

Tobaiocis 

aigarelte* . 



OENSnS P-TATISTICS. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Table xliy. Statistics of industries, 1871. 



EBtab- 



tactureB 11 

M J 



CitTB and cue works. . . 



Boats and canoea. . . 



Asricultaral iiiiplenientB 

Blacking. 

Brooma and bruahee .. 

Buttons , 

Gu, lighting anj heat- 

Glaa. '..'.'.'.','.'.,'... 

Hairwork 

Ink 

Mattrevaee and upring 

MuBical'iaBtnuiient. . 

Optlcnl goods 

Painting Rod glazing. . . 

Photography 

Railway Buppliea 

Roofing and Tooling ma- 
Rubber and elastic goods 

Wax candira I 

Window blinda and' 

All other induatritw . . 

XT. Hand trades 

Blaoksmithini?. 

Dyeing and cleaning, . . 
Interior decorations (cnr- 

pBnt*rin(r> ; 

Zrocft and ffuaenii thing., i 



Capital. 


Wage 


Wages" 

for 
l«bour. 


• 


NO. 


t 


573.H5 


2,316 


407.095 


578. HB 


2,216 


407,095 


1.967,609 
l.S59,60U 
108,000 


7.973 

7,798 

175 


1,952,566 
1,891,566 


1,348.0*6 


6,715 


1.010.737 


31.298 
233. S23 
1,084,425 


297 
372 
6,016 


51,062 

108.610 

1,451,075 


6,081,061 


e,84» 


2,293,959 


1,101,308 

25,400 

144,897 

9,000 


543 
34 


856,084 
7,830 

122,181 
5,000 


2,480,648 


299 
37 

57 

1 


131,173 
6,935 

12.828 
400 


8,400 
201,050 
8,060 
78,469 
189.976 
24,776 


21 

498 
14 
603 
362 

30 


7,134 
206,704 

6,250 
139,369 
119,431 
18,000 


13.200 

454,600 

279,821 

4,285 


11 
494 
.'Wl 

15 


3,400 

83.297 

89,974 

830 


4,670 
996,914 


9 
3,047 


3,680 
473.^69 


2,571,356 


15,770 


3,668,335 


1.720.638 
37.850 


10,21! 


2,217,222 
20,947 


779,667 
33,200 


5.408 
4. 





Coat 



1,197,745 
1,197,745 



1,690,731 
1.397,731 
293,000 



2,435,343 
2,435,343 



5,361.234 
4.849,234 
513.000 



750,200 
34,200 
47,643 



11,000 
377.470 , 
333.005 

80,000 




TBE CATiADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Table xlv. Btatistics of industries, 1881. 



Kinds of induBCrim. 



BygmupB... . 

1. Food produotB. . . 

2. Tpjttil™.., 

3. Iron and Bteel pro- 

i. Timber and lumber 
andtbeirre-msm 
fnctures 

G, Leather and its fit 
iebed priducta , . 

6. Paper and printing . 

7. Liquora and b 

agee 

S. Ohemioalsand allittd 

products .- , - 
9. Clay.glflBsandi 

10. MetalB a[id metal 

products other 
tban steel 

11. Tobac™ and 



13. VesBHla for water 

tranapartation 

14. MiccellaDeouH indue 

15. Hand trndes , . . 

i. Fuod products .. . . 

Baking powder and flav- 
ouring extracts. . .. 

Brew), biscuita and oo: 
feotionery 

Biitt«r and cheese 

Cocon and ohocolate . 

Coffees and spices 

Piah, preserved 

Flouriag and grist mill 
products 

Slaughtering and meat 
packing 

Sugar, refined 

Vineaiar and pickles. . 



ii. Tentiles 

Awnings, tents and sails 

CWpeta 

Clothing, men's (tailor- 1 



Eetab- 



B, 301,1 

4,464,419 

3,353, 



4,4fl7,992 
23,160,732 



2,509,621 
1,118. 4<)2 
10,000 
339,560 
1,222,558 



1,449,677 

2,295,900 

23e,141 

23,000 

5 20,899,542 
15,300 
3,992 



iii^) 

iPtbrng, n 



■■"■•SI 



Wage 


Wages 


"""'" 


labour. 


254,936 


59,400,700 


23,524 
44,594 


4,985,767 
7,750,330 


13,700 


4,852,827 


61,220 


12,734,425 


27,457 
8,769 


8,700,681 
2,765,363 


2,133 


783,916 


2,315 


754,301 


10,630 


2,093,762 


7,948 


2,497,172 


3,767 


729,044 


11,867 


3,171,131 


5,269 


1,339,556 


13,205 
18,661 


3,819,061 
4,023,394 


23,624 


4,985,757 


154 


29,083 


3,963 

2,164 

12 

147 

8,463 


1,122,266 

412,658 

3,700 

68,600 

707,462 


6,472 


1,947,590 


357 
22 


309,483 

452.259 

46,396 

2,260 


44,694 
16 


7,750,330 
9,760 
2;99B 


18,029 


3,165,367 



59,777,012 

144,855 

6,701,424 
1,528.281 
11,500 
611,2.^1 
1,145,283 

34,677,414 

3,163,676 
8.621,036 
257,408 



m ioY »1\ eBtaWaa'awvetrt* »iwuoei».'«si,« 



CBNSUa STATISTICS. 
MANUFACTURES. 
iLv, Statistics of industries, 1881. 



Kinds of ioduBtriea. 



Clothing-, women's 

(dreesinakiDK, etc).. . 

Cluthing. women'H (rac- 

tory product) 

Cordage, rcjpe ind twins 

Cottons ... 

FLix, dresued 

Furoishing goodfl, raen'n 

HatB, caps and tan 

Hoaiery nnd knit goods. 



'm'5ieQ*g. 






Boilen and engines . . . . 

Oiitlery and Bdge toola., 
I Fonndry and machini 
shop products., 

Itdd and iteel products. 

Rafes and vaulu . . , . 
' aiWB 

8ade« 

Sewing machines 

Wire 

Wire fencing 



, iv. Timber and lomber 
and tlieir re-ioani 
factiires. 

Baskets 

BiUianl tables uid mi 



Cooperage 

Cocks , . . 

Furniture and upho!- 

I Btered goods 

Lasts and pegu 




MatohtH . . 

Pfoture frames 
Purops and wii 
Shooks, box . . 
Woodworking 

ing 

Wood pnlp. 




THE CANADi TEAR BOOK 1905. 
MANUFACTURES. 
lBLB xlv. Statistics of industries, 1881. 



Kinds of induBtriee. 



T. Leather and iM 

iehed products . . 

Belting and hoae, leat 

BdotB and shoe? 

Harneaa and eaddler^.. 
Leather, tanned, curned 

and Rniehnd 

vi. Faperand prinCiug 
Boxes &nd bag:s, paper. , 

Cardboard 

Paper ,. 

Fnntinf- and bookbind- 

Printing and publishing. 
Wait paper 

vii. Liqiiora and b 

eruBBS 

Aerated and mine] 

Llquora. diBttlliid . . . 
LiquorK, malt 

viii. Ohemicala i 
allied products , . 

Explosives 

Oil. 

Faints and vHrDishes 
Patent medioincs. . . . 

Salt 

Starch 

AU cither industries. 

ix. Clay, zlasa and 

altine prudiiets. 

Briok, tile and pottery. , 
Cement, natund lock. I 

Cement, Portland J 

Glau 

rirind atones and pulp- 

MomimentiS and tomb- 
Stone, cut ./ 

AU other indnstriat 

X. Metals and metal 
products other than 
steel 

Brass castings. 

Jdwelry and repairs . . 

Plambing and H'nsmith- 



BsUb- 



Wage 



H,Z6B,7(i8 
6,49l!o42| 



6,493 

8,759 



Wages 



783,88J 

1.524, 

3,761), 
40,f>42 
3,900 
444,TE6 

458,943 

1,797,112 

20,000 



6,301,576 2,133 



131,000 
1.837,700 
712,416 
302,300 
298,100 
308,000 
352,104 


87 
510 
281 
216 
247 
141 
610 


37,950 
197,459 
120,261 
72,610 
78,617 
31,732 
133,322 


166,569 
3,281, 2<i3 
306,110 

168!025 
164,300 
388,297 


3,S53,471 
1,398,057 


10,636 


2,093.762 
799,067 


1,744,860 
477,461 


57,400 


m 


38,161 


34,99C 


307,000 


642 


236,580 


211.100 


70,700 
3011,354 


304 
2,637 


36,176 
203,631 


6,360 
235,698 


835,760 


1,991 


674.873 


638,373 


476,200 


309 


105,295 


131,978 


6,791.267 

1,797,897 

190,030 

61.000 


7,948 
2,194 
77f 


2,49r.l72 
809,509 
250,278 
20.400 


3.929.296 

1.254,588 

366.341 

24,100 


1,993,064 


%<& 


i wa,73* 


\ \,lTiA^ 



21,870,014 

87.£93 

9,786,745 



1,064,308 

1,541,060 

60,000 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



127 



MANUFACTURES. 
Table xlv. Sta istics of industries, 1881. 



of industries. 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments. 



Capital. 



Wage 
earners. 



Wages 

for 
labour. 



Cost 

of 

materials. 



Value 

of 

products. 



ithing 

r 

» •, 

r industries .... 

bacco and its 

ufactures 

, chewing, smok- 

d snuff ^ 

, cigars and j- 
ttes J 

/"chicles for land 

sportation 

« and wagons «. 
I car works 

''essels for water 

sportation 

id canoes 

id spars 

d ship repairs . . 

Liscellaneous in- 

ries 

ural implements 

? 

and brushes 

[lecorations 

and supplies .... 
^hting and heat- 

.nd mittens 

ic.V.'.V. '.'.",'.'. 

s-ea and spring 

instruments . . . 

goods 

r and glazing. . . 
aphy 

supplies 

and roofing 

ials 

a.nd elastic goods 

idles 

r blinds & shades 
r industries . . . 

and trades 

tithing 

and cleaning... 
decorations 

ntering) 

d gunsmi thing.. 



NO. 



35 
13 

7 



96 



96 



3,160 

3,143 

17 



538 

216 

95 

227 



1,541 
234 
3 
91 
8 
4 
5 

36 
24 
11 
27 
2 

19 

44 

3 

189 

182 

1 

10 
4 

78 
9 

11 
546 

10,563 

7,986 

44 

2,494 
391 



174,586 

2,172,100 

102,600 



1,829,420 



1,829,420 



5,429,459 
3,798,861 
1,630,598 



1,899,252 
104,011 
224,325 

1,570,916 



15,298,090 

3,995,782 

32,900 

353,325 

117,800 

43,700 

38,200 

5,358,490 

133,580 

169,200 

72,597 

900 

29,850 
669,379 

27,500 
198,562 
492,469 

38,000 

115,000 

851,500 

916,025 

5,073 

68,045 

1,570,213 

4,497,992 

3,056,653 

82,558 

1,242,531 
116,250 



50,504 

379,449 

33,296 



729,044 



729,044 



3,571,131 
2,275,290 
1,295,841 



1,339,556 

73,617 

113.888 

1,152,051 



No. 
153 
974 

86 



3,757 



3,767 



11,867 
8,713 
3,154 



5,269 
421 
394 

4,454 



13,205 

3,656 

23 

957 

470 

48 

320 

512 

532 

83 

76 

2 

59 
941 

22 
759 
422 

41 

124 

525 

479 

27 

53 

3,074 

18,551 

12,451 

164 



5,702 \,m,hm 

234\ sv^^m 



111,760 

377,660 

32,160 



1,671,904 



1,571,904 



4,785,443 
2,451,646 
2,333,897 



1,983,397 

67,376 

361,312 

1,664,709 



3,819,051 


7,339,387 


1,241,279 


1,839,197 


3,679 


16,900 


189,922 


404,967 


61,620 


82,050 


16,100 


62,200 


43,140 


141,365 


239,270 


319,037 


103,962 


265,895 


17,247 


95,250 


13,961 


16,659 


700 


760 


16,960 


24,165 


417,828 


412,848 


8,700 


3,500 


219,513 


290,699 


143,426 


101,333 


11,000 


75,000 


39,160 


197,120 


177,362 


478,104 


188,099 


1,276,648 


2,230 


10,040 


12,158 


22,160 


651,740 


1,204,590 


4,023,394 


4,232,416 


2,597,539 


2,486,568 


36,665 


32,9f8 



235,822 

1,197,514 

119,560 



3,060,306 



3,060,306 



10,635,443 
6,579,082 
3,956,361 



4,317,670 
173,837 
686,675 

8,657,258 



15,860,759 
4,405,397 
26,000 
762,884 
173,630 
160,300 
229,000 

1,173,181 

434,864 

164,097 

52,770 

2,150 

57,074 
1,220,195 

21,000 
728,067 
409,427 
144,000 

284,600 

771,000 

1,956,653 

15,140 

59,450 

2,609,880 

11,379,250 

7,172,469 

118,516 






THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Table xlvi. Statistics of industries, 1891. 



Kinds of itiduBtries. 



1. Food prqdnolB 

a. Textiles 

3. In>a and Bteel pro- 

i. Timber and iumber 
and their nim&D- 
ufouCurea 

G, Leather and its tin- 
iahed pcoducca , . . 

6. Paper and printing . 

7. Liquors and bever- 

•Wea 

S. Chemiuals and allied 

9. Cky.gUsaand. 



manuFnctiirHS 

12. Vehioles for land 

tranapartatiu 



15, Hand trades. 

i. Pood ptoducta. ... 
Bokinv powder and fla- 



'nrJ. 



Bread, biac 

foctionery 

Butter and oheeae 

Hocoa and obocolate. . 

Cofftses and si)ice^ 

Condenind milk 

Ev»ifflrat«i fruita ai 

v^tablea 

Fish, preserved 

Flounni^ and griat mill 

Frait and vege'tabit 

Slaugbl^ring and meat 

paoking 

Sugar, refined.. 

Vin^ar and pickloa 
All Other foods . 



Eatab- 



76,96^ 
13,177 



11,616 

7:774 



7,663,243 
9,694,779 



3,831,3SS 
11,324,680 



Wage 


Wag™ 


paroBrs. 


labour. 


369,5!)5 


8 

100,415,350 


53,407 
72,15B 


9,168,397 
16,618.0n 


21,894 


8,778,501 


81,757 


21,831,033 


25,877 
la,840 


7,652,830 
4,818,263 


3,116 


1,328.815 


3,328 


1,157,242 


15,691 


4,195,887 


12,092 


4,544,383 


5,325 


1^1,482 


14,B38 


6,412,551 


4,068 


1,193,327 


31,149 
12,688 


10,081,330 
3,393,438 


63,-«l7 


9,158.397 


216 


98,925 


7,(M3 

173 

25 


2.279,553 

859,370 

6.000 

74.77-' 

7,B30 


431 

29,485 


30,956 

2.041,416 


6,313 


2,863,931 


2,304 


174,014 


1,699 
1,402 
714 
147 


505.^3 
B09.KI1 
176.749 
32.712 



34,783.993 . 
13,333,643 

43,243,212 

18,68 , . 
6,810,564 

4,370.697 

6,428,631 

4,057,637 

8.466,264 

2,502,090 
8,8S1,760 
1,^7,21 



41,535,437 

623,151 

6,666.74B 

10.223,500 

471,339 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 
MANUFACTURES. 
Table xlvi. Statistics of industries, 1 



Eatab- 



Wagfl 



W»(t«, 



72,155] 16,518,071 



ng goods, men'al 
pa Bud furs. . . . 
and knit goods.' 

i fugs- 

">8 

brding and foil. 
goods I 



567 



187,441 
14l,0!)0 
302.050 
3«,618 
8,2H4,422 

7,066 3,044,190 
21 2,»70,3a'S 
3al 13,3«1.121 
40) 418,1"" 
164 1,023,3 
2,047,8 
1.364.54(1 
30.820 
13,BflO 
8.U00 



23,23*1 6.720,708 

17,197! 2,475,806 
81H 218,897 
2,142,603 
204,29!) 



1,4091 
3,272 
3,518 



n7.633 
724,054 

4fie,iH 

13,700 
4,770 



219,024 
1,431,259 

2,7H3,179 
948,469 
23,790 
21,416 
11,050 

67S.405 

4,037.767 

17,3110 

1,130,165 



67,904,111 

670,843 
265,800 
206,700 
&48,filB 
22,648,583 

11.111,510 
1,723,5.14 
8,741.734 



1,047,259 ■ 

8,087,871 

.S3, 000 

2,302,61H 



tid engines . . . 

iron and «t«:l , 
lud pdge tools. . 

.nioulda 

and m&chine' 

roduotB. 

. atepl prodiicta.' 



21,894 8,778,501 

1,707 697,975 

444 184,300 

801 345,769 



13,374 5,40 

2,760 1.102,195 

212 8.1,160 

3331 140.232 



29,874,637 
2,452,S7» 



17, 191,430 
4,380,010 
215,450 



r induetries . . 



193,863 
95N,355 
4S,a00 



llimbsaDiitniB- 



37,180; 

19,B0(t! 
955,690 
502,346 
1,896,9311 
190,.100, 



45,012 

15,000 

l,60^218. 



130 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



MANUFACTURES. 



Table xlvi. Statistics of industries, 1891 



Kinds of industries. 




Wage 
earners. 



Wages 

for 
labour. 



Cost 

of 

materials. 



Furniture and uphol- 
stered goods 

Lasts and pegb 

Jjo^ products 

Lumber products 

Matches 

IMcture frames 

PuuijHi and windmills. . 

Refrigerators ... 

Shocks, box 

WixkI working and turn-| 
ing 

WtxKJ pul^>, chemical and 
mechanical ... . 

All otlier industries 

V. Leather and its 
Huisheii pitxlucts. 

Belting and hose, leather 

IVwts and shotKH 

Harness and saddlery . . 
Leather, tanned, cur- 

rietl and finished 

Leather gvnxls. 



NO. 

1,286 

11 

0,620 

929 

12 

160 

805 

10 

25; 



S 

6,094,435 

67,000 

52,482,07(> 

10,063,756 

336,650 

289,962 

519,890 

22,775 

73,077 



No. 



7,180 

94 

55,892 

8,471 

1,039 

373 

542 

54 

132 



2,432,771 
28,630 
13,549,439 
3,279,379 
143,064| 
122,014! 
163,325! 
22,840 
28,127 



127; 469,510 



24 

58 



2,900,907 
482,386 



758 204,265 

I 

1,025, 292,099' 
35ti 143,226 



2,892,658 

13,922 

28,030,579 

8,399,988 

215,018 

286,421 

204,693 

22,270 

45,172 

239,026 

469,845^ 
362,577 



0; 

5,398 i 

1,5671 

802, 

l! 



251,000 
9,648, r>39 
2,l>27,135 
6.341.46:^ 



4,400 
vi. Pai^r and printing 807; 16,354,290 



lV»xe«i and bag^ |^[>er. . 

IVinting ami Ux>kbind- 
ing 

IVinting and publishing 

Stationerv gvxxls 

Ster\x^typing and elec- 
tnnyini\g 

Wall mixT 

All other indu^triecj^ 

vii, Liviiuxns' and Ix^- 
x-^ra^^ 

Aerat^i and mineral 

vraUHr* 

LiqvKxr^ di^itilled ... - 

Li^iKxrs.. malt 

LioiKxr^ vinvxis 

Matt 

viti Ctwaiioalsi aad al 
;wvi prvxiisots. 

l>t«s^ , 

R\j4<x«^^e* 

<v:^.. 



f 

43 
34 

12l> 

585> 

3 

1 
4 
4 



759,509 
4,673,211 

1.755,045 

8,li89,686 

79.000 

15,000 

:«6,<;5i^ 

l6,lSi> 



143 

18,041 

3,189 

4,287 

17 

12,840 

964 
1,792 

2,0iX> 

7,705 

90 

40 

139 

41 



62,640 
4,916,464 
1,040,319 
1,529,207 

4,000i 

4,818,2631 

220,540' 
656,402! 

7:^911 
3,099,632, 
22,000; 

20,000' 
5«i,6tl0 
10.178 



387 16,9i».010 

188 939,371 

v^ 7.t\M.«0 

144 s,;>i^,«w 

41 :^^475 

6 235,000 



3. 116 1,338,815 

677 2l\\229 

40* 178^*50 

1.5*40 S»L381 

i:x> ;C.965 

45 L\300 



238,000 
9,935,281 
1,861,28C 
6,635,066 

12,00i» 

5,810, avi 

685,983 
1,220,423 

?95.7o6 
2,91* ,r42 

LxOO 
13317110 
9,060 

4,S?0L«C 

L23S.01» 

2L5aQ.«3L 

llL;9Mi 



Value 

of 

product* 



$ 

7,706,0 

72,5 

54,208,5 

15,]03,1< 

434,9; 

5(>4,5; 

601,5] 

oti,.**, 

99,71 

621,(K 

1,057,81 
633,dC 



7,774 18,872,6;^ 25,677 7,552,630 18,681,630 ^308.71 



olLIf] 

l.M^S 

I.15a4«= 

3ft.M 

14J^-i« 

1.14.\« 
2Lj75.4i 

«•* 



574 7.6^212 3.528 L157.242 5c43&SSI- AJKjII 



1S> 1.5>e0.4l^ 

5» 4H\*25 
I 

til ^l^W^'&W 

ri L*e.^^ 



<i»>7 3381711 

155 €a9i8&!> 

S> 5,«0O 



abM 



;ile and pottery. . 
!, Portland.. 



OSNBVa STATiaTICa. 
MANUFACTURES. 
Table xlvi. Statistics of induatries, 1 



113,240 

4,196,887 

11,400 
1,659,417 



VeHBBls for water 

and canoes. , 

and B^re... 

inrf ship repairs. . I 
i—T.B. 



lie 

20 
11 
149 


275,486 
408,120 
440.BOO 
420,889 


P07 

247 
238 
392 


2,547 


9,594,779 


16.6.91 


: 


19,B00 
4,011,208 


27 
7,407 


19 


420,306 


243 


12 
B 


387,290 
12,800 


933 
50 


1.184 
3 


1,406,104 
184,000 


2,676 
235 


497 


2,263,232 


3,773 


43 


291,340 


348 


2,681 
53 

SM 

1 
1 


16,216,768 

1.602,494 

2,540,081 

260,300 

98,000 

87,000 


12,092 

1.374 

lioiO 

63 

10 

60 


1,873 
34 
16 
41 


5,725,748 
419,301, 

4,169,481 
334,364 


6,513 
284 

1,001 
268 


149 


3,831,388 


5.335 


37 


2,158.150 


2,106 


112 


1,073,238 


3,320 


3,378 


11.32.1,680 


14,528 


5 
3,336 


78,800 
8,029,621 


9,056 


18 
19 


623,276 
2,592,984 


366 
5,018 


47f 


3,524,916 

4211395 

68,065 

2,046,466 


4.068 

832 

45 

3,191 



348,816 



4.544.383 

554.420 

S48.342 

30,075 

6,000 



976,230 

I 

5,412,6511 



8.466,264 
1,120,766 
1,068.188 



8,861,760 
43.270 



789,400 
342,920 
480,850 
641,910 



38,000 
4,213,983 
251,176 



2,192,200 

2,523,691 

65,150 



9,094,824 
530,510 

3,046,240 
299,948 



5,742,626 
2,375,321 



1.357,206 

Ifc.l^Sx 

3,19Vi »98.61^\ ■V,\^^,«*SS\ 






132 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



MANUFACTURES. 
Table xlvi. Statistics of industries, 1891. 



Kinds of industries. 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments. 



Capital. 



Wage 
earners. 



Wages 

for 
labour. 



Cost 

of 

materials. 



Value 

of 

products. 



xiv. Miscellaneous in- 
dustries 

Agricultural implements 

Ammunition 

Artificial feathers and 

flowers 

Blacking 

Brooms and brushes 

Buttons 

Church decorations 

Corsets and supplies .... 
Electrical apparatus and 

8up()lies 

Electric ligfht and power 

Elevators 

Fancy goods 

Fringes, cordfa and tassels 
Gas, lighting and heating 

Gloves and mittens 

Glue 

Hair work 

Ink 

Jewel cases 

Mattresses and spring 

Mica, cut 

Mubical instruments. . . . 

Musical instrument ina-j 
terials I 

Optical goods ! 

Painting and glazing. . . 

Photography 

Photographic materials. 

Pipp and boiler covering 

Pulleys 

Railway supplies 

Roofing and roofing ma- 
terials 

Rubber and elastic goods 

Signs 

Soap 

Umbrellas 

Washing compounds 

Washing machines and 
wringers 

Wax candles. ... . . . 

Ail other industries 

XV. Hand trades 



NO. 



7,299 

221 

3 

7' 
5 

89' 
5 
4 

32 

23, 

80 

6. 



NO. 



45,084,883 

8.624,803 
385,000 

1,445 

7,300 

390,601 

169,050 

5,280 

459,890 

1,562,813 
4,113,771 
88,475 
153,046 
12,500 
491 13,119,119 



Blackbmithing 

Dyeing and cleaning. . . . 

Interior decorations 

IjOcJc and g^naniithing . 



3 

4 

4051 

327 

4! 

3, 
301 

3 

16 
19 

2 
95 
16 

1 



30 

15 

5,525 

9,670 

9,423 

72 

1 

74 



44 


422,018 


8 


68,600 


14 


78,680 


3| 


26,700 


i! 

1* 


1,650 


68,' 


158,151 


li 


750 


89, 


2,378,633 



11,000 

10,780 

606,362 

575,069 

16,775 

32,250 

31,035 

112,300 

221,100 

2,330,708 

7,300 

1,027,529 

47,475 

105 

93,260 
6,334 

7,727,226 

7,177,705 

6,519,953 

355,186 

77,000 

225,566 



31,149| 10,081,330 

4,543 1,812,050 
183 55,597 



\ 



14 

16 

781 

455 

11 

955 

427 

763 
79 

230 

50 

1,164 

640 
61 
51 
19 

.8 

303 

10 

2,170 

34 

11 
1,408 

708 
19 
23 
77 

113 

360 

1,388 

20 

518 

105 

1 

139 

27 

13, 265 

12,668 

12,070 
292 
45 
^61\ 



2,710 

4,278 

250,152 

1U,000 

3,740 

216,177 

168,000 

297,684 

33,875 

83,058 

7,000 

496,661 

135,387 

17,200 

16,235 

7,538 

850 

87,379 

3,580 

962,423 

10,800 

5,050 

500,537 

228,738 

7,500 

7,850 

19,795 

39,900 

142,930 

359,193 

9,000 

204,623 

27,179 

600 

46,300 

5,043 

3,690,718 

3,393,438 

3,187,446 
80,8% 
27,000 



16,991,111 

3,126,966 
142,339 



$ 



39,818,898 

7,493,624 
292,555 



2,090 


6,942 


5,90ii 


14,500 


378,815 


872,139 


73,600 


277,500 


12,700 


22,700 


396,100 


850,500 


335,880 


864,852 


381,251 


1,154,149 


42,580 


117,600 


143,910 


334,870 


13,000 


37,000 


772,452 


2,796,697 


391,329 


747,732 


47,925 


97,800 


42,331 


78,850 


23,550 


55,500 


375 


2,800 


201,445 
7,500 


413,589 
40,000 


1,355,747 


.3,363,713 


11,200 


29,500 


5,700 


15,300 


563, .S91 


1,517,470 


245,281 


849,126 


7,925 


22,150 


14,100 


32,500 


33,805 


73,1-66 


103,000 


165,000 


525,660 


784,160 


1,422,077 


2,060,070 


27,500 


63,000 


1,295,242 


2,151,910 


87,470 


170,862 


166 


1,050 


69,903 


164,998 


5,464 


1^^ 


4,676,543 


31,778,083 


2,848,460 


9,568,910 


2,612,725 


8,942,106 


142,370 


345,504 


16,000 


64,00a 


Za,365 


227,80^ 





OBlfSUS 8TATISTI0S. 




^^iwl 




MANUFACTURES. 






Table xlvii. StBtiBtics of indastriea 


1901. 




Kinds of indnatries. 


Eetftb- 
lish- 


Capital. 


■W«|!e 


Wag™ 
for 


Coat 
of 


Value 
of 










labour, 


materialB. 


l.roductB. 




.v-o. 


e 


NO. 


. 


8 


» 


Byitroupi 


I4,6S0 


44C,U!6,487 


313.344 


89.673,304 


266,627.868 


481,053,375 


1- P-ood product*. 


6,594 


67,1G7,46B 


42.401 


8.032,580 


99.138,140 


126,203.620 


^-V^xtiC^. 


iim 


10,60fl.e56 


64.186 


15.326,107 


34.915.264 


67,734,839 


* Iron and -rteel pro 














, _ duett 


017 


40,861,164 


24,766 


9,848.247 


14816,891 


34,878,403 


i Timber knd lumber 














aud their re-miinu- 
















3,034 


g9.D59,336 


75.704 


18.966,763 


39.087,761 


80,341,304 


6- t-oather and ii« fiii- 














i»h>^ uroductB.. . , 


431 


2I.43«,094 


19,2I« 


6,040,932 


21.736,613 


34,730,513 


S.|*a.|«,-aQd printing. 


m 


26.823.420 


15,413 


6,689,244 


7,323,854 


20,663.038 


'■ Lifjuurs and bever- 














agea 


183 


20.467.38(t 


3.508 


1,270,772 


3,192,696 


9,191,700 


8- Chemicali and allied 














- ^ ^ pniducts,.'.,. - 


12H 


10,272.743 




!,03r.932 


6,633,649 


U,437.300 


B.OlajjKUs«»nd store 














8&5 


H, 697,716 


10,765 


2,771.112 


W,764 


7.318,582 


V>- n^Ftnls and metal 














ptodoctH other 














„ _, tban Bteel 


363 


20,382,505 


9,368 


3,888.724 


7,716,902 


19,561,261 


13. TobftOfjj and i [ a 
















160 


7.247,540 


6,329 


1.931,416 


3,721,746 


11,802,113 


ll->^*hide9 for land 














nW^^nr- water 


425 


15.9i)4,4U2 


14,866 


6,228,661 


10.592,288 


19,971, ua'i 


1^. iviiSnS^ri-.: 


67 


3,397.914 


2.587 


811.413 


745,946 


3,043,668 


,. -__ dustHea 


S82 


63, 089,415 


21.084 


7,483.981 


15,781,268 


35,807,212 


16. Hand trades. .. . 


46 


613,328 


60S 


248,290 


135,197 


599,329 


i' S'cod [.roducts 


6,584 


67.167,466 


42,401 


8.033,580 


99,138.140 


I2^203,620 


B^iiip iiowdet and 














™"«'*:HirinH extracts . . . 


1.1 273,im5 


150 


44,219 


329.840 


524.016 


3j 88,81)0 


17 


6,924 


188,766 


229,816 


fc&fci';^™,. , . 


258; e.!MB,B04 
3,B7B fi.l61.0S6 


6858 


1,807,805 


6.788,206 


11.637.808 


2?''?e«?aod'^cheeBe 

™>a. and chocolate.... 

oSfe-.S,:!?-::;::. 


6,886 


1.464,110 


25.302,531 


29,462.402 


4 


152,075 




14,708 


140,589 


218,460 % 


39 


1.044,272 


371 


113,661 


1,259.471 


1.957.530 . 1 


4 


324.426 


105 


27,722 


168,818 


269.520 \ 


^^''■Iir.rswd fnute and 














*{|»eiable9 

'™- preserved 

'^'o«»T.i,g and grist mill 


60 


371,321 


1,525 


104,228 


172,490 


396,540 


1,097 


7,!iB2,8!)3 


15.467 


1.213,079 


4,652,492 


8,025,680 


pro^uote 

*^;^«^ «,dv^tablecan- 


400 


14,686.668 


3,370 


1,281,729 


36,360,706 


31,836.873 














^^"^fcterlng and meat 


5S 


2,0Oi,915 


4,640 


378,138 


1,571,681 


2,831,742 1 




67 


6.396,162 


2.121 


784.010 


19.520,058 


22,317,984 


4 


10,104,685 


1,200 


612.680 


10,646,600 


12,695,000- 1 


Tu ^S«r and jriokleB 


a 


6.13, 4r>3 


2!lfl 


71, M3 


230,301 


661.683 


17 


937,753 


334 


108,136 


2,015,693 


2,439,611 




^^^-P^Tote. la chie table 


a(ft[i8tii» are given 


only for estaVAis^vn 


ente euiv^o"! 


._J 



184 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



MANUFACTURES. 



Table xlvii. Statistics of industries, 1901. 



Kinds of industries. 



Estab- 

Ush- 

ments. 



Capital. 



Wage 
earners. 



Wages 

for 
lalwur. 



Cost 

of 

materials. 



Value 
of 
products. 



ii. Textiles. 



Awnings, tents and sails 

Bags, cotton 

Batting 

Carpets 

Clothing, men's (tailor- 
ing). 

Clothing, men's (factory 
product) 

Clothing, women's 
(dressmaking, etc.). . , 

Clothing, women's (fac 
tory product) 

Cordage, rope and twine 

Cottons 

Flax, dressed 

Furnishing goods, men's 

Hammocks 

Hats, caps and furs 

Hosiery and knit goods . 

Mats and rugs 

Oil clothing 

Shoddy 

Textiles, dyeing and 
finishing 

Wool, carding and ful- 
ling 

Woollen goods 

Woollen yarns 

Wool pulling 

All other industries 



iii. Iron and steel pro- 
ducts 

Axes and tools 

Boilers and engines 

Bridges, iron and steel . 

Cutlery and edge tools. . 

Dies and moulds.. 

Foundry and machine 
shop products 

Gas machines 

Hardware, carriage and 
saddlery 

Iron and steel products . 

Printing presses 

Safes and vaults . 

Saws 

Scales 

Screws 

Sewing machineFi. . . . 
Wire 



NO. 



$ 



1,684 60,606,555 



26 
5 
4 

10 

735 

58 

334 

26 

11 

20 

31 

52 

4 

115 

52 

6 

6 

6 



3 

157 

() 

3 

12 



517 

21 

59 

6 

7 

3 



269,727 
915,663 
178,759 
711,951 

5,420,144 

3,813,799 

2,492,118 

1,051,481 

2,335,246 

18,298,699 

325,936 

2,821,302 

15,233 

4,136,2:56 

3,723,197 

55,507 

639,990 

146,210 

1,388,500 

7,800 

10,486,198 

57,400 

44,210 

1,241,249 



40,861,164 

1,169,607 

5,552,862 

1,755,379 

316,325 

16,000 



315 16,274,645 

4 29,850 



6! 
29 

7. 

i 

15 



418,381 

9,829,500 

541,064 

232.610 

419,534 

279,414 

714,5^6 

l,UO,\67 

1,509,118' 



NO. 

64,186 

292 

345 

72 

485 

8,515 

12,468 

5,260 

2,747 

916 

11,882 

996 

4,976 

39 

3,273 

3,687 

68 

270 

62 

548 

12 

6,388 

60 

24 

801 



24,766 

959 

3,713 

797 

280 

21 

11,784 
19 



15,326,107 

9Cl,708 
100,225 

23,280 
142,128 

2,447,167 

2,020,639 

1,086,550 

583,929 

231, «01 

3,352,464 

127,332 

l,071,146i 

9,150 

881,960 

889,882 

16,874 

82,070! 

i9,ooo; 



1,.S90 

1,724,333 

13,077 

9,338 

189,272 




9,846,247 

378,235 

1,565,309 

318,404 

114,998 

8,052 

4,604,124 
6,176 

128,292 
1,693,542 

104,404 
71,200 
99,500 
85,211 



$ 



180,467, 

831,849 

61,994= 

347,584 

3,691,630 

4,861,331 

1,925,569; 

1,129,612 

1,444,351 

5,827,265 

136,224 

2,262,622 

9.075 

3,328,984 

1,979,951 

21,205 

415,561 

92,200 



212,592 1,544,000 



3,799,302 

68,095 

94,975 

871,408 



14,816,891 

367,603 

1,783,915 

1,012,563 

82,710 

9,930 

5,293,248 
7,899 

164,774 

3,801,129 

90,199 

.70,100 

127,686 
92,153 

198,02r 

^/^^^\ 



s 



34,915,254 67,724,839 



448,249 

1,114,213 

110,981 

633,192 

8,775,439 

8,980,291 

4,368,580 

2,190,627 

2,212,663 

12,033,052 

338,176 

4,623,652 

29,560 

6,876,467 

3,867,519 

62,092 

660,693 

165,280 

2,051,992 

4,030 

7,359,541 

86,350 

115,487 

1,746,713 



34,878,402 

1,038,705 

4,626,214 

1,693,000 

267,276 

33,600 

16,292,446 
29,121 

401,821 
6,912,457 
362,136 
226,200 
814,312 
286,240 
886^810 
702,808 



CEXSU8 STATISTICS. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Table xlvii. Statistics of industries, 1901. 



ICinda of induatriea. 



Wire feooing 

All other iiidagtriei< .... 

iv. Timber and lam- 
Ijer and their r.'- 
msDufactures .. 

- Artificial lipibs and 

Billiiini wUleH and jna- 

Boiei, cigar 

Bmros, wooden 

^offina and CHekets 

Corkg 

'amitureBndiiphijlster- 

.. ed goods 

L ^ta and pegB 

E }*ff product* . , 

r J'J'Waet productB 

■; S'tebe..': 

JHun. frames 

r^nps ttud windmills . . 

S^ofo. *a>^.' .'..'■.'...'. 

".'"xJworkinB and tura- 

J^S 

''<*'3pulu, olieniioaland 

,,?eohBnic»l 

■*" otlierindnatriea.- 

^'- . leather and its H 
'abed prod iibta 

5" *^'»1gBna hose, lentil 

«"fca and shoes 

™t and ,hoe Bupiiliei 
{***^taa and aitddlerv , , 
'*»'*h*r, tannad, curried 
,"»a finished- ... 
'^•ther goods . , . 

'*- Paper and printiEg 

™*Bti and hags, paper.. 

^"^board 

^r.. : 

"gating and bookbind- 

p2»b 

krtuiHng „,(! publishing 
"*W«flry gooda.. 



Eatab- 



Wage 



Wages 



3 77,(136 
s! 271,787 
84, 1,631.026 



633,986 
1.658.r)fiO 



11,005, 
2,.'il2!301 



592 26,822,420 



r.li3,197 
235,640 
28 7,-"i07,B19 



478,252 
184,917 
277,794 



2,068,376 
41,499 
11.133,666 
2,«89,B64 
68,501 
109,020 
171,164] 
27,48o; 
52,605 

244,419 

1,065,24S 



2,10l' 718,771' 



15,4].li B,68M,244 



2,484 84n,307i 

7,708 S.27(),077 

48a: 140,155 



230,000 

10,393,979 

126,095 

1,824,751 



599,020 

73,907 

2,170.770 

934,363 

2,734,949 

316,491 



TBE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

MANUFACTUIIES. 

Tablk xLvii. Statistics of induatrien, 1901. 



Kindj of indiMtries. 



Eetab- 



CapiUl. 



WagB 



nf 



StemAypiBg and alec- 

trotypiig 

. Wall paper , 

All other induacries . . . 

vii. Liquors and bi>v- 

Acrated nnd mineTal 
Liquors, distilled 



183, 20,467,38"! 



S,308 1,270,772 



583,^23 
2,CS7,0K9 

130,675 
210,740 



Fertilizera, ,. 

OUb. 

Paints and vari 
Patent iiiedicin 
Salt 

All other indus 



I'JWl*' 



Abraqive j^ooda . . . 
Brick. Uleundpitt.- 
Cemeni. iii.turn,) mc 
Cement. Portland . 

Glass, Ktaintid, cut 
sntat . 



Grindstones and pulp- 



Mununieiits and tomb- 
stone, oai' ..'..".'. ..". 
All other industries . . . 



X. Metairi and maU 
prodiicta othi^r tha 

BrasK coatings 



l.SO,910 
2,131,271' 

a, 217,089' 

1,103,065 

eS9,163 

990,075 

I 516,142 



163. 4ftl,M12 



199,019 
72,200, 

17,378 
250,991 



54,497 
2,392,(127; 
1,817,921 



64,824 
97,763 

41,128 


446,230 
76,949 
567,248 
269,338 


7ri,142 


■ 997,754, 


40,174 
327.533 

27,600 
184,032 
502,886 


28,704 

40,930 
143,289; 

196.716, 


28,740 


34,110 


17,981 

194,260 
56,920 


6,980 

149,822' 


337,734 
24,636 
29,668 


342,407 
25,077 
4O;720 


,«»,1M 


\ ^'\«;'»?-l 



CBNSV8 BTATISTIpS. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Table xlvii. Statistics of industries, 1901, 



Kinds of industriet 



Eslab- 



Wagss 



Jewelry and repain , 

Lewi bar and pipe 

Metallic roofing an 

flooring 

Pluinb«re' supplies. . . 
Plum binK and tiiuinit 

iog 

Silveraniithii^ 

Smelting 

All atiier indnBtries. . 

xi. Tobacco and 
iriBniifBirliir™,... 

Tobacco, chewJnK.am-i 
ing nnd snuff . . . 

Tobacco, tigan a i 
dgKrettes 

xii. Vebiclea for land 
traaiiportatioa - . . . 

Car repoire 

CarriageB and vagons. . 
Carriage and wogoD ma- 
Cars and oar works 

liii. VesBels for water 
transportation 

' Boats and canoes 

Ships and atiip impairs , 

liv. Miscellant^i 
duatries 

Agricultural implen 
Ammunition 
Artificial feathers and 

Blacking 

Brooms and brusbex . . 

Buttons 

Church decorations. , , 

Corsets andsoppliee. . . . 

Blectrical apparatus and 

supplies 



252 4,468,206 

12 781,456 

13 10,183.112 
4 646,64S 
9 621,327 



284,2471 
I7.SI4! 
30,S6fl 



1,162,620 
140,910 
106,4(12 



I 7.247,640 8,329 



G 15,994,402 

1,062,700 
4,636.257 
6.615,625 



2.587 

165 
2,422 



64,468 7 

547,304; 7S 

258,1371 31 

41 4-'!,410 ; 

14' 410,60l! 6! 

25.' 5,267,3971 1,9; 



281,966, 

l,fiP5,0I8! 

373,111; 



2,156,987 
1,667,758 



163,696 
2,710,5« 
1,791,981 



811,413 
6'>.58'1 



550,606 
7,646,644 
11,650,912 



8,500 
72,800 
418,270 



271,21qI 



128,217 
952.658 
150,000 



THE CANADA TEAB BOOK 1905. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Table ilvii. Statistics of industries, 1901. 



Kinds of induBtries. 



Estab- 






Electric light and power 

Elevators 

Fancy goods 

FriDgVB, eorda 

Gaa. lighcing and heat- 

Glovm and mitt^iB 



Jewel esses 

Ladders 

MattresHes and spring 



Musical insCrumenU . . 
Musical instrumen 

Optical guuda 

Painting and glazing . . 

Phottigraph^. 

Photographic materials 
Pipe and boiler coveria 

Plaster 

Pullfiys 

Rulway sumilicti .. , 

KooGnfC,and toofini 

jnat^ials ... . 

Jlubber clothing 

Bubbersnd elastic gocxis 
Seed uWning ana pre 

Vn^r^llai: ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 
Waahing coinpouads , , . 
Washing machines and- 

W» candles.. 
Window blinds i 

AH other indiiBtrics 



461,M7| 
ft4,0M) 



173,000 
46,700; 
19,279' 
27,100 



573,1! 



71 : 



2.=i7,050. 

IfiS.liBOj 

1.351,321 1 

I7i 502,900 
3: ]r),200 
Zi 2,321,207' 

3. 31,500 



11,548' 


21,596 


24,3;« 


34,550 








62,097 


11,827| 


21.305 




4,645 


121, 137^ 


374,904 


42,294' 


176,949 


013,190 


1,11(7,081 


83,1191 


166,242 






34,137' 


32,985 








110.922 


15.17.^. 


26,252 






65,2821 




169,800 


214,742 


41,5771 


280.220; 




202,«75, 


157,7271 


766,406' 


8(i,'36 


1.177,642, 


10,971 


11.1.W 






25,920' 


52.024 




oim 


4I^S18 


103,850 


10.250 


32.250^ 


62,104! 


336.601 


275,139 


601,129 



Blackmnilhini 

Dyeing and cleaning,. 
laOrrinr IJfComtioiiH . 
Zock and gunsniithing . 



29,296! 
(i5.268' 
101,208 



12,400 
17,767 
14,010 
59,748 



CVSUS STATISTICB. li 

MANtlFACTUHES. 
E XLTtii, Values of real estate, plant and working capital, 1901. 



90,839,001' 21,90:1,910 237,1^7,829' 446,916,487 

3,6:)8,3»Ui 1.817,665 11,700,722) 22,901,892 

1,619,006; 255.226 3,797,756; 7,539,691 

5,202,8031 1,047,945 H.579,320 20,741,176 

10,607,1791 3,[55,180 12,an,34T 34,5H«.416 

40,989 6171 9.674,0JS 132,428,6381 S14,972.2rP 

217,000 313,018 1,080,060 2,081.7e(t 

2»>,273,590| 5,148,4871 75,835,0081142,403,407 

382,4071 92.445' 826.098! 1,689,870 



.^^. 


i 
Estab- 
lish' i Lands. 
nients. 




da. ... 14,650 27.069,219 
olumbla 392 2,281,764 
Wh».... ,324 532,515 
■QDBni'b' 919, 982.604 
.Scotia.; 1,188: ,1.455.881 
rio. ... 6,543| 10,562,53r 
Iblwid- 334 80,600 

■M 4,84S| U.109,7i»5 

tories,.! 105' 53,521 


S 

69,585,008 
3,«3,442 
1,33S,IR9 

3,928,498 
6.677,926 
»1,317,530 
391,088 
22,«)S,527 
33.^31>9 



Table xlix. Persons employed on salaries, 1901. 



Ownera and firm 



Salaried officers, managprs, laleniieii, eU. 



' Men. SalarieB. 



Salnriee. I Women 





NO. ! 


S 1 


NO. 


. i 


NO. ! 


$ 


da 


13.227, 


10.231,854; 


15.31f 


12,762,72 


2,151 


681,573 


«h Columbia.... 












12.385 


















1,006' 


580,07.3 


665 


472.564 


5.1 


12,658 




























445,008 


















3.1601 


3,lB7,5fi6J 


5,13i 












64.6«5 






4. 





Table l. Persona employed on wages, 1901. 



In pBtablishmenCx. 



■236,663 7n,626,888 

8,929 4,156.754' 

iflSS 1.739,805, 

15,874 4.074,116 

1^076 3,828.281 

109,649 37,789,031 

1,960 273,406 

70,851 23,408,151 

9991 3S7.34i 



61,230. 10,7ii7,590 
1,169. 



134.927 
134,833 
r,15,330 

4,:mi. 61^,081 
2S,216i 6,358.251 

47.279 



3,5-!l 



13 



4,017,5 



4,35 



5,065 
3.38 



Fngea. 


Piece- 
workers 


Wages. 


3 


NO. 


$ 




13,31( 


1,900,238 














iM,»2-i 












.573, 44f 


8,751 


93.i,.305 


10,70! 






5?fi,Y«K 


I \5SC 


. ^ilXSMi 



^^^BlO TyE CASAUA TBAJt BOOS 1905. 
^^B' MANUFACTURES. 

^^^H TaBLK LL Working time of wag^earners, 1901. 




^^H 


.i™.^ 


■n j™' of 


bounds 
woAing 




If. y«m. uid 


16 yuan and 


chiWr<Ti 

under 
lOyeaiK. 




^^^ Brlti.h Columbia 






65,298,418 

3.347.5H(1 
3,108.084 
!7,3«3.68fl 

376,651 

18,130.U7U 

1S0,811 


15,486,184 

j.'ie.ooi 

148,372 

764, 44M 

866,557 

7.404,171 

94,722 

8.078,414 

3,508 


2,794,9n 

32,711 

15,013 

213,313 

109,385 

1,189. 2«0 

27,075 

1.207,0«5 

4,149 


1 

» 
M 
111' 
W'S 




^^^■TM, Iiliind . 
^^BS^ T«rri*toriM.' 






^^V Table LII. Total emplojees, salaries and wages, 1901. 




ProviMM 


Entab- 
liih- 

mmtx. 


On 

wlariHi. 


Snlarien. 


On 

wage* 


Wages. 


Total 




(IniiiulB 

llriU.h Oi.liiinhui 
Miiiiih.lm. .. , 


BO. 

14.660 

302 

334 

BIH 

l.lltt* 

,. , flIftW 

. .. 834 

4,840 


30,891 
1,101 

«>3G 
l,7»i 
3,374 
15.538 

-M6 
8,860 

ISl 


t 

33,078,146 
I,184,0B3 

53G,K07 
1,065.296 
1,207.963 
11,892, 2M 
114,306 
7,634.244 
'lOlllIU 


313,344 

lO.-IBB 

4,683 

20,442 

21,010 

151,081 

3,369 

101,479 

1.037 


S 

89,573,204 
4:3^:446 
1,882,742 
4.683,696 
4,4flfi,818 
44,656.032 
3311692 
38,916,411 
364)569 


« 










T» 


LI Ull. Averages of BaUrieB and wa^^es, 1901. 








Ualanra 


Wagte 


Salaries 


ndw«pt 




litti- 
inwit 


«rem- 
liloyw. 


per eetab^ 


per em- 
ploy™. 


tarir 


^ 




Hrill.lK'l.h.l.ii.ilk 

Mhii>)mI« 

i'!'K!'i'.i«i.i., ;■, 


• 

,eie 

„::, *S 

Iiaa 

l.OlT 

■. ■« 


• 
M4 

lai 

Ml 

Toa 

357 
)«J 

m 


6,114 

iiloja 

6,811 
5,l«6 

3,roR 
'm 

S,968 

s.4n 


C 

3!* 
418 
411 
229 
209 
236 
99 
285 
S61 


t 

7.7S0 

6.a» 

4.725 
8.643 
1.338 
r.M4 
4.4M 


1 




.^^^ 





CElfSUS STATISTICS. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Working time of eatablisbments i 



.vine. 


Estab. 

liah- 


l-ull 


'""•■ 


i time. 


t time. 


Not given. 




324 

919 
1,188 
P,643 

334 
4,845 

106 


6.328 
227 
134 
324 
349 
3,334 
63 
1.872 
30 


■•1; 

9S 

rot 

IS 


4.778 
67 
84 
210 
320 
1,736 
52 
2.283 
30 


1,5« 

265 
353 
309 
208 
286 
12 




Wumbia. .... 


25 


jtia '.'".'.'.' 


22 
459 















T.\BLB LV. Miscellaneous expenses, 1901. 



il 541.480 0,529,697 

I 9,705 169,702 

14,110 

., 7,672 

, 6,851 

J 270.033 3,I73;353 

:l 369 45.224 

:! 232,840 2,000,171 

I 900 45,243 







Mtinicipal 






tajies. 


tuxes. 


etc. 


S 


t 


9 


1.385,119 


.S63,753 


12,557,427 


27.421 


49..55i 


431,865 


30,001 




425.39£ 








70,71( 




378,34; 










971 


33.63; 


367,92E 


170,72! 


6,446,716 




150 


31,965 



AmounC 
contract 



1,799,753 
243,016 
27.013 



Table lvi. Cost oE materials and value of products, 1901. 



,„. 


Crude 

3 


Partly 
manufac- 
tured 
materials. 


Total 
cost of 
materiiLts. 


Goods Cust^im 
manufao- > work and 
tured. repairs. 


Total 
products. 




S 


i 


e 


e 


S 




151,908,062 


114,619.796 


266,527.858 


469,268,351 




481,053,375 


















6,148,34' 


1, 807,161 


7,955,50' 


11,806,801 


1,120,63^ 


12,937,439 
















Xia... 












23,692,513 




84,689,66! 


53,640,731 


138,330, 40( 


238,10N356 


3,438,13( 
























88.679,77! 


152.611,14! 


6,676.846 


lB8,2R7,'ja*. 


,»,.. 


792,731 


328.611 


1,121.342 


i,Mn,&w 





142 

Table lvii 


TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

MANUFACTURES. 
Frinoipal statistics of manufactures, 1901. 


Provinces. 


Fixed and 
workiiw 
capital. 


Salaries 
and wages. 


Mis- 
eipenses. 


! 
Coat of : Valneof 
materials. prodncta. 


Canada 

British Columbia.. . . . 

Manitoba 

New BniDswiok 

Nova Scotia 

OQtario 

Prince Edward laknd , . 

Quebec 

The TemtorieB. 

Averages per establiah- 
ment in— 
BritiBh ColumWa. . . . 


446.916,487 

22,901,892 

7,639,691 

30,741,170 

.^4,586,416 

314,972,275 

2,081,766 

142,403,407 

■ 1,689,870 

68,423 
23,370 
22:569 
29,113 
32,856 
6,232 
2B,.'M)2 
16,093 


9 

113,249,360 
6,466.638 
■2,419,649 
6,748,990 
6,613,571 
66,648, 2« 

36,6.50. GK 
465,763 

13,920 
7,468 
6,266 
4,725 
8,663 
1.336 
7,644 
4,436 


S 

24,688,837 

991,847 

820,620 

843,680 

1,040.833 

10,568,861 

126,625 

10,200,322 

96,049 

2,630 

876 

1,615 

379 

2, to; 


S 
286,527,858 
7,246,684 
7,965,504 
10,814,014 
19,161,077 
138,230,400 
1,319,068 
36,679,779 
1,121,342 

lS,4(i6 


9 

481,053,31! 
19.447,7S 

ia:9a7;4» 

20,97%<H 
23,692,513 
341,533.486 
2,m7« 
168,237,9W 
1,964,»I7 

19.61! 


New Brunswick 

NovaSeotia 


11,078 19,853 


Prince Edward Island 
The Territories . .. . 


3|949 
17,390 
10.680 


6,9« 

3a.6;( 
32,8i 


Averages of totak,. 


30,50fi| 7,730 


1,KS5 


18.193 



Table lviii. Power employed ii 



Lufacturing establish ineiit!>, 1901. 



Canada 

Britiuh Columbia 

Manitoba. 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island . . 

The TerritcrieB. . ' ! 



6,6581 380,240' 

416| 22,0481 

147 10,7961 

4831 33,743j 

498; 38,063 

3,3191 181,l>62 

49| 1,622! 

I,680i 89,456 

671 3,956 



Electric motors. I Other m 



Canada. 

British Columbia. 

Manitoba 

New IJrunKwick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario. 

Prince Edward Island.. 

The Territories 



shments. lishmenta. 
I h.p. 



^\ -\ -v 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 



143 



MANUFACTURES 



Table lix. Horse power aggregates and averages, 1901. 



Provinces. 



Establish- ^^„T** 
power. 



Average 
h.p. per 
establish- 
ment. 



Canada 

British Columbia 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island. 

Quebec 

The Territories 



NO. 



6,G20 

237 

152 

473 

4931 

3,468; 

52 

1,691 

54 



NO. 

652,653 

23,646 

11,616 

43,742 

56,691 

284,175 

1,778 

227,834 

3,171 



p.c 

98 
99 
76 
92 

115 
81 
34 

134 
59 



6 
8 
4 
5 

9 
2 
7 




Table lx. Classes of power, 1901. 



Clasbes of power. 



Engines, 

motors, 

etc. 



I NO. 

Steam engines | 6,558 

Gas engines i 244 

Water wheels 2,683 

Electric motors 2,206! 

I I 

Other powers 79 

Totals 11,770 



Horse 
power. 



Rate of 
power. 



NO. 


p.c. 


380,240 


58-26 


2,078 


0-32 


221,642 


33% 


46,461 


7 12 


2,232 


0-34 



652,6531 10000 



Table Lxa. 



Principal manufacturing establishments of 1901 by groups 

of products. 



Name or kind of industry. 



Estab- 
lish- 
ments. 



Value 

of 

products. 



Average 
product per 
establish- 
ment. 



1. Industries with products of $200,000 to under $500,000 
per establishment — 

Agricultural implements 

Ba^s, cotton. 

Boilers and engines 

Boots } an shoes . , 

Bread, biscuits and confectionery 

Car repairs 

Carriages and wagons 

Cars and car woiks 

Clothing, men's (factory) 

Clothing, women's (factory) 

Cottons 

Flounng' and grist mill products 



NO. 



\ 



6 
3 

18 
11 
4 
7 
3 
12 
3 
% 



1,742,283 
942,213 
2,209,308 
5,091,900 
3,215,495 
1,448,995 
2,280,848 
1,006,175 
3,291,279 
902,719 



290,380 
314,071 
315,615 
282,884 
292.318 
362,249 
325,835 
335,392 
274,273 
3QQ,QQ& 



144 TBB CAXADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

MANUFACTURES. 

Table LXa. Principal manufacturing eatabliahmente of 1901 by groups 
of prod uc la — con. 



Name or tjod of iudustry. 


Estab- 
lish- 


Value 
of 


Average 
product pel 


1. Industriea with producW qf 8200,000 to under 
per establishment— con. 

Foundry and machiQe chop produoW 

FnrDisbinggmxli', men's 

Furniture and upholstered goods 

Glass 


SBOo,aoo 


21 
a 

5 
3 
3 

8 

13 

6 

S 
6 


9 

fl.036,090 

1,604,875 

1,183.647 

892,80-1 

8<»,1H>0 

2,106,600 

812,000 

S32.150 

3,814759 

. 1,360,436 

10.760,037 

1,197,076 

1,159,700 

1,1 45, 932 

1,742,719 

2,684,918 

762,308 

976.747 

1.802,390 

916,634 

743s 660 

1,799,119 

1,787.724 

18.630.138 


S 

287,385 
332,975 
336,6n9 
297,IJ«! 
288,333 
263.31! 
270,667 
310,717 
298,289 
270,087 
Z7S,8!« 
2M9.MB 
289,925 
286.480 
2!KI.4£3 
335,615 


Hats, cttpa and furs 

Hoisery and knit iiDoda .... 








Liquoni, mait 




Oile 

Paint* and varniaheB 

Paper 








Shii)rind ship rapaira. 

Soap 

Tobaooo. cigars and eigarettea 

WooUenRooda 

All others 


0- under 


326,249 
360,478 
228,908 
247.887 
359.824 

arr;964 

294.224 


Totals 

2. tnduBtries with prodiictx of $500,000 t 
81.000,000 per estalJisliment- 

BoolB and shoes 

Cottons.. 


323 

5 

3 
3 

8 
4 
3 

30 


94,531,698 

4,204.(JOO 
3,327,689 
3.499,t,H0 
2,644,946 
1,725,000 
4,989,633 
2,856,673 
2.868,285 
^,114, 109 


292.668 

600.671 
665. 53S 








ijeather, tanued, curried and finished 

Log products 




575.000 
623,692 
7H168 






703.803 




over per 


Totals 

3. Industries with products of 11.000,000 and 
Bstablishrnent — 


68 

3 

3 
3 
8 
4 

18 


46.729.82B 

4,607.680 
6,318.296 
4,325.000 
14,228,813 

12.596,000 
28,887,016 


687,203 

1.S65.8!13 
2.100.098 


Flouring and griBt mill products , 


Slauglitcring and ineM packing 

Sugar, refined . 

Alfothecs 




1.778,606 
3,148.730 
1.604.834 


Totala 


39 


71.051,83) 


1,821.312 



II. TABLES COMPILED 



FROM DEPARTMENTAL REPORTS. 



lO—r.B. 



146 TBE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

TRADE AND' COMMERCE. 

Table lxi. Exports of Canada by values of home and foreign produc 
the 38 fiscal years 1868-1905', andduties on exports. 



1872.. 
1873 . 

1874.. 
1876 
1876- , 
1877 , 



53,400.7; 
69,043,5" 
67,630,0 
66,tm,ft 
76,538,0 
7H,741,fl! 
69,709,8: 
72,491,4; 
6bt, 030,6' 
67,9S9,» 
82,431,026 
72,899,697 
83,944,701 
94,137,657 
87,702.431 
79,833,098 
79,131,735 
77,75e,704 
80,960, 90H 
81,382,072 
80,272.456 
86,257,686 
88,671,738 
99,032.466 
105,488,798 
103,861,764 



144,548,682 
137,360.792 
168,972.301 
177,431,386 
19fl,0Ifl.763 
214,401.674 
198,414,439 
190.864,aJ6 



9,863,244 
12,798,182 
9.405,910 
10,(114,096 
7,137,"' 
7,234,i»61 
7,111,108 
11,164,878 
8,365,844 
13,240,006 
13,375.117 



8,079.646 
7,438,079 
8,549,333 
8,803,394 
6,938,465 
9,061.781 
8,798,631 
13,121,791 
8,941,8-' 
11,833,8 
6,486.043 
6,606,738 
10,825,163 
14,980,883 
17^20,088 
14^,264 
17,077,757 
13,951,101 



10,8! 



1,039,837 

1.340,037 

733,739 

168,989 

704,586 

l,7n,7B6 

971,005 

371,093 

631,600 

2,184,202 

2,026,980 

56.531 

8,560 

17,534 

1,978.266 

2,4311,783 

946,927 

1,809,118 

4,133,698 



4,018.026 
8,667,168 
1,978,439 
1,669,422 



67,667,888 17,«I6 
60.474,781 14.40! 
73,673,490 37,811 
74,173,618 36.0SE 
82,639.663 24,909 
89,789,922 20,163 
89,361,928 """ 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75.875.393 
79,323,667 
71,491,"- 



91.406,496 
('9,233,3611 
86,261,314 
89,515,611 
90,303,000 
89.189,167 
96,749,149 
96,417,296 
113,963,370 
118,564,352 
117,624^949 
11^638.803 
121,013,852 
137 960,253 
164.152,683 
158,896,905 
191,894,723 
Ide, 487,632 
211,640,286 
225,849,784 
21^521,235 
303,316,872 



'The fiscal year of the Dominion ends June 30. 



DEPARTUEXTAL STATISTICS. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



1. Importa of Canada by values entered for consumptio 
38 fiacal years 1868-1905 ', and duties ou imports. 





WerchandiBfi. 






Duties 














cai years. 






InOlion. 


imports. 


** on 




DutiaUe. 


Free. 






iir.portb 




8 


8 


t 


S 


e 




43,655.6% 


■ 23,4.'!4,4e3 


4,895.147 


71,985,301! 


8,801,446 




41 »i8,342 


22,085,589 


4.247,229 


67,402,170 


8,284,507 




45.127.422 


21,774,652 


4.335,529 


71,237,603 


9,425,028 




8o,oa4,3ba 


24,120,036 


2,733,094 


86,047,482 


11,807,690 




6S.Z-6 1B7 


36 G79 210 


, 2,763.749 


107,709,116 


13.020,684 




niiei 6 


58 310 953 


3.005.465 


127.514,594 


ia997,578 




7r 23' '•'V) 


4r •)m 357 


4.223.282 


127,404,169 


14,407,318 






- Il-i? 


2,210,089 


119.618,667 


16,364,139 








2320.111 


94,733.218 


12.328,614 








2.174,089 


9tt,300,4S3 


12.544,348 






M2 


803.726 


91,199,677 


12.781,632 






4,S3 


1,638,089 


80,341,608 


12,936,2&9 






-7- 


1,881.807 


71,782,349 


14,129,953 




1 


«04 


1.123,276 


91,611.604 


IS.492.645 




N. J 433 




- 1.503,743 


112.648,927 


21,700,028 




1 IS B 


■VI 3 157 


1,275.623 


123,137,019 


28.162,553 




80 01 4 H 


" <b 480 


2,207,666 


108,180,644 


20,166,448 




i G4bl8 


6 4'« 167 


2,964.244 


102,710,019 


19,121.354 




70,(»8,81H 


25,333,318 


3,610,557 


99,602.694 


19,427,398 




78,120,671! 


26,986,531 


632,218 


106.639,428 


22,438,309 




89,845,824 


31,026,8W 


2,176,472 


102,847,100 


22.187.869 




74.475,139 


34,623,057 


&76,351 


IOB.673.447 


23,742,.317 




77.106 286 


34,570,287 


1,083,011 


112,765,681 


23,931.234 




74 ^lh,n36 


36,987,918 


1.811,170 


113,345,124 


23,416,266 




(.H,160.737 


46,9Q9,67b 


1,818,630 


116,978,943 


20,660.474 




m 873 571 


45,287,269 


fi.634,200 


121,706,030 


21.101.711 




62 771,182 


46,291,729 


4,033,072 


113,093.983 


19,379,822 




B8 j57,655 


42,118,236 


4,576,620 


105,262,611 
110,687,480 


17,887,269 




67,238 75B 


38,121.402 


6.226,319 


20,319.037 




Wi,220,7<« 


40,397,0112 


4,676,194 


111,394.021 


19,891,997 




74,b2B,()B8 


61,6S2.074 


4,390,844 


130,698,006 


23.157.788 




80,433,172 


59,913,287 


4.705,134 


154.)Bl,5fl8 


25.734,329 




104, 34b, 785 


68,16(l,0&^ 


8,297.438 


180,804,311 


2B.889.U0 




115 961,756 


n,730,ai8 


3.637.294 


181,237,988 


29,106.880 




118 667, 4a6 


77,S23,694 


6,311,406 


202,7!tl,596 


32,425,533 




1J6,7%,(>6.^ 


88,017,654 


8,976,797 


233.790,511, 


37,110,355 




148. 909,676 


94.680,443 


7,874,313 


261.464,332 


40,964,348 




150, 1)29, TH7 


100,688,333 


10,308,435 


261,925,554 


42,024,340 



□f the Dominion ends June 



THE! CANADA TSA£ BOOK 1905. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 
ULE Lxiii. Exports to BritaiD, United States and other countriea of 
merchandise the produce of Canada by claaaea and values in the 3S 
fiscal years 1868-1900- 





F 




» 


"""""' 


Britain. 


United 
States. 


Other 


Totalg. 


1868 

1869 

1870 

1871 .-.., 


4,056,340 
3.620,584 
5,377,970 
3,222,931 
4,440,441 
7,465,2r2 
9.804,376 
8,432,963 
8,394,103 
5,752,660 
10.087,329 
10.048,632 
12,641,961 
9.490,890 
11,244,152 
!!,474,7-IO 
3,ffl<l.l27 

3,6i;i,8af; 

6,254,028 
16,119,7*1 
15,443,211 
12,431,275 
10,414,380 

9..W1,316 
13,507,342 
27,747,140 
18,447.543 
ffl,6T4,905 
17,337.633 
27,973,503 
34.206.693 
S7,2afi.656 
18,884,067 


S 

8,136,017 

7,912,017 
7,600,330 
6,022,432 
8,014,160 
6.446,374 
8,743,669 
8,012,813 

11,744,616 
8,038,250 
6,977.038 
8.591,143 
8,086.796 

10,631.374 

18,189,118 
- 11,989,280 
7,603,111 
8.392,341 
8,762,994 
7.966,248 

10,306,278 
9,125.707 
7,519.263 
7;29i:246 
4,673.779 
4,132,106 
2.784,620 
3.710.022 
3.232,793 
2,119,814 
1,133,283 
1,149,686 
2,041.110 
2;907.969 
2.555,216 
3.882,282 
3,863,021 
5,034,640 


678,698 

660.101 

698,319 

608,661 

924,290 

1,093.694 

1.042,098 

812,682 

, 1,000,947 

898.576 

944.387 

988.689 

1,686,672 

1,146,063 

1,602,442 

1364499 

9O4,60fi 

623.189 

1,170,J21 

1,421,679 

1 837,442 

614,349 

726,961 

1,121,584 

2,419,725 

2,474.174 

2,461,854 

1,694,726 

1.299,262 

2,055,490 

4.182,852 

3,366,686 

3,800,534 

4;536;884 

6,623,969 

6,636,346 

6,009,198 

6,076,443 


» 

12,871,066 
12.182.7(0 
13,676,619 






1874 

1876 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881 

1882 

1883 


19.590,148 
17,258,35* 
21,139,665 
14,689.376 
18,008,754 
19,62S,4« 
22,294.328 

ailmsK 
31,035.712 
22,818,fi!y 


1885 

1886 

1887 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 


14,518,a8 

i7,tK:',:ry 

13,4H,m 
ll,!»S.03ft 
13,6fi6,86« 


1893 

1894 

1885 


Si;04^4» 
17.677.St9 
15.71 B.138 






1898 

1899 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904..,. 


33,063,286 
22,952,916 
27.616,609 
24.781.436 
37.162,«88 
44.624,321 
37.138,t<75 







DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 149 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxiil Exports to Briiain, United Staffs and other counlries of 
merchandise th« produce of Canada by classes and values in the 38 
fiscal years 186&-1905 — con. 





Ekp« 


rta (rf Animida 


uid their produ 


-- 












Britain. 


SMtes. 




ToUU. 




t 


S 


S 


% 








.174,477 


6.893.167 




3,342,377 

4;»4fl.l79 


6,1111,989 
7,326,764 
7,1!>1.]54 


466.218 
567.64a 






12,138.161 




12.608.806 


1873 


fi.087.7lH 


6,103,CS4 










(1,553, WX 


443,702 




1874 


J»,55M.:& 


5,706,3tH 










6,08B,17S 






187S 


7.887,627 








1877 


9.013,441 


4,5H2,707 












476,471 




1879 


9.120.141 


4.653.26S 










6.016.9SF 
























^■iS1'I5S 












1881 


lfl,054,0W 


. 6,367.702 










(1,789.662 


667,64, 




1888 


14.814,672 


6,742.781 






1887 


16,315,474 


7.29I,36i 












662,482 




1889 


16,227.0G( 


7.137,00( 












56].7!K 




18M 


20, wu*; 


4,3111,971 






1892 


24,D68,0!I1 


3.il3.^924 








27,052,050 
28,986,095 


3,961,K30 
2,311.104 


732,599 
684,774 




1894 


31,881.973 








662.14! 




1896 


32,52.1,071 


3,341,27!: 










5.081,81] 


562.651 














1809 




4.628.63? 






1900 


48.881.63( 


6,32B,7«. 


940,42; 




IflOl 


49.186. 02f 


.6,331,657 










6,139.262 


1,333.94! 




1903 


62,998.9a- 


5,319, 1!1E 








57,92U.01( 


4.317,'tfiS 






1905 


66,097.461 









150 TEE CASAD-i TEAR BOOK 1905. 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxui. Exports to Britain. United States and other couDtries of 
merchiuidise the produce of Canada by classes and values in the 38 
fiscal years 1860-1905— con. 



Exports of Fiaberieg produc 



Britain. 


United 
States. 


other 
countries. 


Totals. 


* 


8 


S 


e 


2ai.915 


926,792 


2,203,803 


3,357,510 




1,085,61] 


1,930,85C 








2,344,33J 


3.6oa,Ml) 




m,6U 


2,748,09c 
















2,969,722 


4.779,277 


700,SIE 


1,616, 66J 










3,082,831 


5,380,527 




1.475,31t 


3,338, Mfl 


5,500,98» 


808, 33( 


1,317,917 










3.443,4211 


6.85J,975 




1,899, IM 


3.534,83S 








3,686,641 


6,579,6S6 




2,241.58.' 


3,063,32fc 














3,18G.21t 


3,285,828 


8,809,118 


1,«21,8« 




3,371.822 








2,856,256 


7,960,l»l 


1,.'JH6,77] 


2.387.54J 


2,669,065 








2,454,111 


6,876,811) 




3.123.8K 


3,124,4« 




1,249.92!: 


2,839,H8( 










2.903,956 


8,461,906 




3.807,7« 


3,159. 73S 








3,216.552 


9,675,396 






2.892,07t 
















3.523,082 


10.692,247 


4,402,002 


3.301,671 


. 3,314.092 


11.077,765 






2,949,587 


10,314,323 






3.039.56S 


10,841.661 


3,610.97S 


3,179,761 


3,118, 9Sf 








3.409,01S 


11,169.088 




4.224,94f 


3,382.096 


10,720,362 






3,584.014 


14,143.294 




3.7e0.26( 


4,135,12t 








3,44!(,87i 


10,758.029 




4,593,564 


3,996,259 


11,114,318 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS, 



151 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



Table lxiii. Exports to Britain, United States and other countries of 
merchandise the produce of Canada by classes and values in the 38 
fiscal jrears 1868-1905 — con. 



Fiscal years. 



1868 

1869 

1870 

1871. 

1872. 

1873 

1874 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886 

1887. 

1888. 

1889 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893 

1894 

1895. 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900. 

1901 

1902. 

1903. 

1904 

1905 



Exports of Forest produce to 



Britain. 



9,354,244 
11,151,161 
10,600,994 
11,631,710 
12,776,984 
13,720,644 
14,928,878 
16,303,818 
14,029,090 
16,737,568 
13,271,372 

7,328,313 

8,673,336 
14,758,890 
11,349,866 
13,027,337 
13,742,6()3 

9,577,581 
10,890,727 

9.445,491 

8,932,177 
10,197,529 
14,098,865 
11,146,282 

9,453,768 
10,821,082 
11,475,692 

9,975,833 
12,180,806 
14,059,585 
15,638,549 
15,777,996 
15,058,036 
15,662,749 
14,154,467 
16,742,435 
14,962,927 
12,214,007 



United 
States. 



7,842,526 

7.515,075 

8;925,122 

9,168,603 

9,215,403 

12,622,959 

9,719,946 

6,402,847 

4,793,065 

4,522,508 

4,481,053 

4,231,484 

6,532,418 

8,349,844 

10,192,933 

9,916,040 

9,883,749 

9,355,736 

8,545,406 

9,353,506 

10,622,338 

11,043,023 

10,247,640 

11,763, 05« 

11,472,306 

13,859,960 

13,308,196 

12,482,969 

13,528,047 

15,435,759 

9,336,252 

9,921,704 

12,805,139 

12,190,617 

15,517,528 

16,977,232 

15,009,838 

17,837,049 



other 
countries. 



1,545,855 

1,757,646 

2,007,184 

2,272,910 

2,467,490 

2,955,314 

2,588,955 

2,363,745 

1,511,075 

1,750,173 

1,759,150 

1,701,662 

1,648,753 

1,851,278 

2,448,256 

2,427,349 

2,184,745 

2,056,391 

1,689,478 

1,685,749 

1,748,299 

1,802,455 

1,832,631 

1,372,675 

1,355,670 

1,H78,868 

1,571,560 

1,432,364 

1,460,833 

1,763,385 

1,53(>,738 

2,321,829 

1,800,493 

2,156,491 

2,447,434 

2,66(),348 

3,119,157 

3,184,627 



Totals. 



18,742,625 
20,423,882 
21,5:^3,300 
23,063,223 
24,469,877 
29,298,917 
27,237,779 
25,070,410 
20,333,230 
23,010,249 
19,511,575 
13,261,459 
16,854,507 
24,960,012 
23,991,055 
25,370,726 
26,811,157 
20,989,708 
21,034,611 
20,484,746 
21,302,814 
23,043,007 
26,179,136 
24,282,016 
22,281,744 
26,359,910 
26,355,448 
23,891,166 
27,175,686 
31,258,729 
26,511,539 
28,021,529 
29,663,668 
30,009,857 
32,119,429 
36,386,015 
33,091,922 
33,235,(J83 



152 THE CAlfiDi YEAR BOOK 1905. 

TRADE AND COMMERCK. 

Tablb lsiii. Exports to Britaia, United States and other countries of 
merchandise tlie produce of Caaada by classea and valuea in the 38 

fiscal years 1868-1905— con. 

Exporca of Manufactures U> 



310,162 
305,820 
465,243 , 



l,67il,35n 
l,Sie,147 

2,617,4; 



3,617,128 
4,900,806 
5,474,5fa 
5,62.'),073 



6,728.298 
6,331,Ofl4 
6,378,419 



3.00(i,70e 
3,563.827 
2,448,607 
;l, 030, 419 
3,.'i3I,239 
3,218,«77l 
2,829,6101 
3,160,7111 
4,857,4131 
4,963,247 
6,024,373 
8,236.129 



710.054 
589,920, 
520,758 
766,36^1 
932,6421 
1,257,7551 
1,037,531 1 
1,416,808. 
1,676,123 
2,123,534 
1,794,146 
2,034,879 
2W91.209 
2,948.000 
3,081,434 
3,741,801 
4,396,625 
.5,115,995 
5,fi60.640 
6,216,457 
6,532,072 



DBPAMTUBSy.ih STATI8T10B. 153 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

iXiii. Exports to Britain, Uaite'l Statr^s and other countriea of 
-chandise the produce of Canada by cl i.-i-,~m and vatnes in the 38 
al years 1868-1905— con. 







KxpdfU of Min 


firftl produce to 




f iscul yean. 




















BribaiD. 


United 


other 


Totals. 




S 


» 


* 


8 




421,003 


733,980 


131, Wi6 


1,376,129 




735,573 


I,01Hi,53C. 


109,370 


1.941.486 




H43,339 


1.182,443 


167,759 


2,192.541 




706,840 


2,011,831 


123,4^ 


2,841,134 




666,479 


3.968,824 


14S,2H1 


4,779.694 




1.013,»45 


4.e37,ooe 


;t02.»10 


6,853,800 




371,869 


.1, ICO, 901 


288.0li5 


3,7.W,835 




1&7,014 


3,214,130 


272,254 


3,043.398 




302,889 


3,167.912 


201,020 


3,731.837 




1,061,301 


3,413,528 


109,314 


3,014,040 




142,374 


3.472,979 


200,994 


2,hi0,347 




2tf5,305 


3,B3e,.134 


181.261 


3,082,000 




210,867 


2,405,624 


164.860 


3,877,301 




253,6fi2 


2,346,529 


167,648 


3,767.829 




311,456 


3,418.031 


284.096 


3,013,573 




30H,7Ht 


3,332,051 


339.041 


2,970,886 




519,673 


8,505,601 


221.919 


3,247,092 




4S5,408 


2,898.518 


255,611 


3,639,537 




68<),S32 


3,11G.6!I6 


345, (il9 


3,951,147 




477,722 


3,085,431 


243,806 


3,805,959 




478,2(10 


3,341,308 


291,309 


4,110,9.17 




422,356 


3.763,351 


243.464 


4,419,170 




630,815 


3.963,207 


261,686 


4,856,767 




861,794 


4,600,800 


331,5*9 


5.784,143 




683,094 


4.806.488 


416,(191 


5,906,471 




a44,6RO 


4,756,280 


329,060 


5,329,890 




267,613 


5.130,188 


413,210 


6,801,000 




388.407 


6,271,397 


323.423 


6,983,237 




176,612 


7,437,814 


446,324 


8,059,B50 




354,709 


10,633,681 


410.565 
412,121 


11,298,916 




212,304 


13,838,831 


14,46.-*,26S 




164.161 


13.683,332 


530,667 


13,368,160 




193.746 


23.699,606 


687.914 


24,580,268 




877,880 


38.356,930 


1,133.873 


40,367,683 




802,843 


33.145.850 


908.870 


H 947,674 




597,130 


29.546,606 


921,126 


31,064,861 




641,072 


32,036,193 


960,474 


33,020,739 




901,874 


2P.764,46I 


2,I75,H94 


31.932,329 



154 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



Table lxih. Exports to Britain, United States and other countries of 
merchandise the produce of Canada by classes and values in the 38 
fiscal years 1868-1095 — con. 



Fiscal years. 



Exports of Miscellaneous produce to 



Britain. 



United 
States. 



other 
countries. 



Totals. 



1868. 

1869 

1870. 

1871 

1872. 

1873 

1874 

1875. 

1876 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

18^1. 

1882 

1883 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889 

1890. 

1891. 

1892 

1893. 

1894. 

1895 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900 

liK)l 

1902 

1903. 

lfK)4 

1905. 



15,791 
14,480 
16,437 
22,6U0 
73,807 
55,053 
35,547 
54,183 
52,946 
19,764 
31,844 
28,802 
30,653 
31,106 
17,811 
19,741 
38,958 
54,684 
47,136 
62,884 
66,340 
53,995 

5,352 
360 
50 
47,618 
20,052 
14,191 
19,998 
28,056 

6,443 
43,458 
58,289 
27,596 
31,056 
21,704 
14,203 
24, .55 4 



271,007 

298,186 

336,000 

342,323 

391,691 

383,391 

358,666 

337,426 

326,242 

287,326 

367,133 

356,811 

608,668 

588,276 

514,080 

502,050 

507,691 

485,964 

551,503 

569,918 

701,616 

727,273 

76,773 

43,144 

70,621 

45,876 

54,308 

70,617 

87,589 

33,760 

51,562 

53,238 

117,024 

9,305 

1,146 

44,655 

100,456 

9.950 



$ 

15,482 
37,893 
20,215 
22,631 
50,487 
26,848 
25,587 
17,572 
14,180 
13,726 
2,894 
1,386 
834 
2,800 
3,444 
7,104 
14,041 
16,726 
5,372' 
11,559; 
5,921 1 
2,384i 
381! 
1,833| 
8471 
198i 
967 
1,130 
1,708 
1,715 
3,400 
2,473 
32,757 
7,588 
397 
17,425 
7,049 
15,171 



302,280 
350,569 
371,652 
387,564 
515.966 
465,292 
419,800 
409,181 
393,368 
320,816 

401,871 

386,999 

640,156 

622,182 

535,935 

528,895 

56(J,690 

557,374 

604,011 

644,361 

773,877 

78.%' 52 

82,506 

45,337 

71,518 

93,692 

75,327 

85,938 

109,265 

63,531 

61,405 

99,169 

208,070 

44,489 

32,599 

83,784 

121,708 

49,675 



Note. The statistics of this table are exclusive of coin and bullion, and of exports to 
the United States estimated short for the years 1868-1900. 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS, 



155 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



Table lxiii. Exports to Britain, Unice I St&tes and other countries of 
merchandise the produce of Canada by total values in the 38 fiscal 
years 1868-1905 — concluded. 



Fiscal years. 



Exports of total Merchandise the produce of Canada to 



Britain. 



United 
States. 



other 
countries. 



Totals. 



1868 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877. 

1878 

1879 

1880. 

1881 

1882 

1883. 

1884 

1885 

1886. 

1887. 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898 

1899 

1900. 

1901 

1902. 

1903. 

1904 

1905 



17,905,808 
20,48fJ,389 
22,512,991 
21,733,556 
25,223,785 
31,402,234 
35,Y69,190 
34,199,134 
34,379,005 
35, 191,671 
35,861,110 
29,393,424 
35,208,031 
42,637,219 
39,816,813 
39,538,0671 
37,410,8701 
36,479,051! 
36.694,263' 
38,714,331^ 
33,648,284, 
33,504,281 
41,499,149, 
43,243,784 
54,949,055 
58,409,606 
60,878,056 
57,903,564 
62,717,941 
69,533,852 
93,065,019 
85,113,681 
96,562,875 
92,857,525 
109,347,345 
125,199,980 
110,120,892 
97,114,867 



$ 

22,387,846 

23,640,188 

27,398,9301 

26,715,690 

29,984,440 

as, 421,725 

30,380,556 

25,683,818 

27,451,150 

22,160,666 

22,1.31,343 

23,149,909 

26,762,705 

31,015,109 

41,687,6,38 

36,096,501 

31,631,622 

32,618,593 

31,503,292 

.32,273,033 

37,323,161 

36,449,288 

33,291,207 

34,829,436 

31,317,857 

33,813,802 

29,297,598 

32,303,773 

34,460,428 

39,717,057 

34,361,795 

34,766,955 

52,534,977 

67,983,6731 

66,567,784' 

67,766,367 

6(),856,885 

70,426,7651 



6,249,523 

5,196,727 

6,169,271 

6,732,110 

7,735,802 

8,421,647 

7,777,002 

7,607,941 

8,031,694 

8,212,543 

7,747,681 

7,546,245 

8,125,455 

7,269,051 

8,538,260 

8,651,139 

8,089,587 

7,085,874 

6,777,951 

6,976,656 

7,326,305 

7,248,235 

7,545,158 

7,684,524 

9,417,341 

9,783,082 

10,411,199 

9,321,014 

9,200,383 

10,434,501i 

12,494,118 

12,920,626! 

14,412,938 

16,590,188 

20,104,034: 

21,435,327: 

21,436,662 

23,313,314 



45,543,177 

49,323,304 

56,081,192 

o5,lol,356 

62,944,027 

73,245,606 

73,926,748 

67,490,893 

69,861,849 

65,864,880 

65,740,134 

60,089,578 

70,096,191 

80,921,379 

JK),042,711 

84,285,707 

77,132,079 

76,183,518 

74,975,506 

77,964,020 

78,297,750 

77,201,804 

82,335,514 

85,757,744 

95,684,253 

102,006,490 

100,586,853 

99,528,351 

106,378,752 

119,685,410 

139,920,932 

132,801,262 

163,510,790 

177,431,386 

196,019,763 

214,401,674 

198,414,439 

190,854,946 



Note. The statistics of this table are exclusive of coin and bullion, and of exports to 
the United States estimated short for the years 1868-1900. 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



9?A8Lii LKiv. Imports uf Ciitmda by values entered for consumption fran 
Britain and United States' in tbe 3» tiaual years mS^-lilUS. 







Fnmi BritaiE 




From Uoited S»t«. 


YUcbX 














ymrs. 


UucUble. 


Free. 


DuU« 


Dudable. 


'- 


Dutio 
colledM 




• 


• 


« 


• 


S 


t 


^68 


28 284194 


is3si;)i 




10 014 304 


12 645 828 






23.H3bJ0 


013 119 


4,799 58 


7 71B 48 


13 703,632 


1,IW 




3(ID22n«< 


7 614 147 


5 037 440 


«,«.W,445 


12 098 392 


Ctm 




39816 8i0 


8 BRJ,! S2 


1 544 088 


14.086 383 


laiwao 


tM 




wwasn 


14.011 117 


H0B16i 


13 271 042 


20,470 903 


%» 




4 -t43ai3 


20653 ii 


892.95 


16 673 806 


28 610 9D6 


3,041 




i 7H4 74B 


13 929 602 


86 48] 


21097 531 


30608 376 


%m 




4SU41)(I03 


11 OeO 281 


8 88190fl 


22 312 546 


26.617 813 


MH 




32,J8.'i4 2 


H0937 I 


6 076 66 


21 334,61d 


M7«B3.7 


oa 




32,BiB re 


6 414 H46 


6 3-7 6% 


23 610 846 


% 866 162 


iM 




d2 IS') 783 


'5 112.986 


6446 986 


23 464 6U4 


24,638.871 


in 




27 07S5SS 


3 892.233 


6 6619^ 


23,803 46 




B3 




28.(138 118 


5 726 321 


673 997 


19 566 66 


8,(i27 31« 


IHi 




■^ »» i \ 


4 ^1 


8.772 950 


25,682 313 


10706388 


S.H 






■» 


10 on 811 


32,U4I OGl 


14 111 874 


7^0?! 






1 Jj6 


18^7 786 


38 662 045 


16 496 llto 


iCu 






Sl^ 


8 001 37t 


16 7 607 


13 989 191 


r.4i: 








617 249 


31 231 147 


14.344,683 








■01 


817 S57 


216 18 fi 


13 188 7T6 




18-*7 




o 7 


)318!f20 


3( 6 0U09 


14 23SS9S 


i 


ISMH 


Mjsiaiii. 


S JU 528 


8 972,740 
1(460 243 


a-llTBSO 


lU 342 613 


188tJ 


J2 31« 807 


10 03]3«i 


28 98 2K3 


jl 017 13S 


IMUO 


33 367 21 


1 0OD288 


JS7(n»66 


30 B W 


20 90364 


ISOl 


SI 447 (KiO 


1)671283 


114 




o« «4t ! 




IHU 


30&ll,S0e 


10 231902 


1 ) f 






7,81i 


IHIB 


31869 207 


10 660 073 








7.681 


181M 


27 491160 


9 642 803 








0.9«i 


iim 


23 311 911 


4 431 








fi> 


I" 

1 


4 T/-I11 1 


H 158 326 

I 17«( 

II Ml 


« hU Hi 

7 32S1I2 

8 0-4 641 
7 S4B 401 


•_ 


1 1 


7.7ff 
8,14 
9.94: 
11.71 
13.49 
13^31 






1 U0IU2 


8 424 803 




1 vk 


iSlB 


11 1 


4 1 1 


1 M S73 


841627 


Wi j3«3 I 


O 1 14 


i7.oa 


lOlU 


44 93<l«'»9 


IB M4 7S 


10 8.38 01 


7 543 780 


60 406 98 


1^ 


11(08 


45 0IKI527 


16 343 1 


U 1 1 )10 


8 J7 4tO 


73 634 186 


aoiBe 





DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



157 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

.XV. Imports of Canada by values entered for consumptiou from ' 
all countries in the 38 fiscal years 1868-1905. 



iscal years. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



Totals. 



Duties 
collected. 



43,655,696 
41,069,342 
45,127,422 
60,094,362 
68,276,157 
71,198,176 
76,232,530 
78,138,511 
60,238,297 
60,916,770 
59,773,039 
55,426,836, 
54,182,967' 
71,620,725 
85,757,433 
91,588,339 
80,010,498 
73,269,618 
70,658,819 
78,120,679 
69,645,824 
74,475,139 
77,106,286 
74,536,036 
69,160,737 
69,873,571 
62,779,182 
58,557,655 
67,239,759 
66,220,765 
74,625,088 
89,4.33,172 
104,346,795 
105,969,756 
118,657,496 
136,796,065 
148,909,576 
150,928,787 



23,434,463 
22,085,599 
21,774,652 
24,120,026 
36,679,210 
53,310,953 
46,948,357 
39,270,057 
32,274,810 
33,209,624 
30,622,812 
23,275,683 
15,717,575 
18,867,604 
25,387,751 
30,273,157 
25,962,480 
26,486,157 
25,333.318 
26,986,531 
31,025,804 
34,623,057 
34,576,287 
36,997,918 
45,999,676 
45,297,259 
46,291,729 
42,118,2.36 
38,121,402 
40,397,062 
51,682,074 
59,913,287 
68,160,083 
71,730,938 
77,822,694 
88,017,654 
94,680 443 
100,688,332 



67,090,159 

63,154,941 

66,902,074 

84,214,388 

104,956,367 

124,509,129 

123,180,887 

117,408,568 

92,513,107 

94,126,334 

90,395,851 

78,702,519 

69,900,542 

90,488,329 

111,145,184 

121,861,496 

105,972,978 

99,755,775 

95,992,LS7 

105,107,210 

100,671,628 

109,098,196 

111,682,573 

111,533,954 

115,160,413 

115,170,830 

109,070,911 

000,675,891 

105,361,161 

10<»,617,827 

126,307,162 

149,346,459 

172,506,878 

177,700,694 

196,480,190 

224,813,719 

243,590,0191 

251,617,119' 



8,801,446 
8,284,507 
9,425,028 
11,807,590 
13,020,684 
12,997,578 
14,407,318 
15,354,139 
12,815,904» 
12,511,567^ 
12,791,532 
12,933,916* 
14,129,953 
18,492,645 
21,700,028 
23,162,553 
20,156,448 
19,121,254 
19,427,398 
22,438,309 
22,187,86^ 
23,734,364 
23,914,134r 
23,403,678 
20,529,750 
21,154,172 
19,369,714 
17,872,74& 
20,154,724 
19,844,557 
21,807,073 
25,624,838 
28,835,349 
29,063,973 
32,352,538 
37,022,681 
40,840,167 
41,794,693 



including duties collected in the Northwest Territories by Northwest Mounted 

including the diflFerence between special deposits and duties returned. 

Duties collected in 1889-1905 do not include additional duties, post entries, over- 
}, etc. For the years 1897-1899 they do not include duties collected in Yukon Terri- 
for 1905 they do not include special duties on articles shipped to Canada at lower 
1 home trade price. 



158 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxvi. Average ad valorem rates of duty collected on imports from 
Britain, United States and alf countries in the 38 fiscal years 
1868-1905. 



Fiscal 
years. 



Britain. 



Average 

on dutiable 

imports. 



Average 
on total 
imports. 



United States. 



Average 

on dutiable 

imports. 



Average 
on total 
imports. 



All countries. 



Average 

on dutiable 

imports. 



Averagfi 
on total 
importB. 



1868. 

1869.. 

1870. 

18n. 

1872. 

1873. . 

1874. . 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. . 

1878. . 

1879. . 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. . 

1883.. 

1884. . 

1886. 

1886.. 

1887.. 

1888.. 

1889.. 

1890. 

1891 

1892.. 

1893. . 

1894. 

1895. . 

1896.. 

1897. 

1898. . 

1899. . 

1900.. 

1901.. 

1902. 

1903.. 

1904. 

1905. 



p. c. 



p. c. 



16 


•851 


13 


•522 


16 


■779 


13 


420 


16 


436 


13 


•493 


16 


•408 


12 


•712 


15 


583 


10 


■872 


16 


•461 


12 


•808 


18 


•145 


14 


•801 


18 


761 


15 


■009 


19 


375 


16 


■215 


20 


056 


17 


303 


20 


542 


17 


963 


24 


032 


19 


956 


24 


464 


20 


457 


24 


148 


19 


882 


24 


299 


19 


152 


24 


373 


19 


086 


24 


810 


19 


028 


25 


727 


20 


028 


26 


055 


20 


828 


29 


087 


22 


909 


29 


331 


22 


367 


28 


788 


22 


129 


28 


982 


21 


691 


29 


431 


22 


098 


29 


805 


22 


335 


2M 


092 


22 


264 


30 


056 


22 


559 


30 


200 


22 


418 


30 


693 


21- 


106 


29 


478 


20 


751 


26 


627 


19- 


842 


25 


583 


18 


235 


24 


748 


18- 


322 


24 


027 


17 


188 


23 


316 


16- 


739 


24- 


117 


17- 


559 


24 


770 


18- 


513 



xc 


• 


p. c. 


20088 


7- 


19 


•546 


7- 


16 


•264 


8- 


17 


•976 


7' 


17 


•663 


6- 


17 


•448 


7 


17 


•271 


7- 


19 


239 


9^ 


18 


687 


8^ 


20 


416 


9 


23 


210 


13- 


23 


062 


16- 


22 


039 


15 


21 


474 


15 • 


21 


081 


14- 


20 


706 


14 


21 


209 


14 


22 


823 


15 • 


23 


775 


16 • 


26 


236 


15 • 


25 


433 


14 • 


26 


579 


15- 


25 


963 


14- 


26 


485 


15- 


26 


735 


14 • 


26 


956 


13- 


26 


739 


13 • 


26 


693 


14- 


26 


727 


14 


26 


118 


13 


26- 


339 


13 • 


25- 


032 


13 • 


24 


835 


12- 


25- 


182 


13 


24- 


905 


13 • 


25- 


217 


M3 


26- 


118 


1.^ 



•2H3 
•836 
•427 
•070 
•519 

119 
■876 

307 
•898 

354 
•101 

005 

646 

034 
•776 
•888 

634 
•809 
•225 
•308 

733 
•821 
•864 

103 
•589 
•717 
•746 
•512 
•287 
•287 
•241 
•217 
•424 

207 
•254 

674 

501 



p. 0. 

20 161 

20 172 
20890 
19648 
19 071 
18.281 
18-899 
19660 

21 275 
20-539 
21-400 
23 335 
26-078 
25-820 
25-304 
25-290 
25 192 
26097 
27-495 
28 723 
31 858 
31-869 
31-015 
31-386 
29-684 
30-275 
30-854 
30 522 
29-974 
29-967 
29-222 
28-652 
27-634 
27-427 
27-265 
27064 
27-426 
27 692 



p.c 

13119 

13118 

14^068 

14^021 

12 406 

10439 

11-696 

13-078 

13853 

13-292 

14 151 

16334 

20-214 

2043Q 

19 624 

19007 

19020 

19 168 

20-238 

21-348 

22039 

21-755 

21 413 

20^974 

17 827 
18-368 
17 -759 
17-753 
19 109 

18 618 
17-265 
17 -157 
16716 
16-855 
16466 
16-468 
16-765 
16-610 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



158 



Lxvii. Exports of Canada by values of home produce to British 
Cmpire and foreign countries in the five fiscal years 1901-1905. 



youn tries. 



1901. 



Cmpire. . . . totals. 

n 

1 Africa 
ilia. . . 
jealand . . 
1 East Indies . . 
1 West Indies^. 



Kong . , 
II md land 
her 



countries., totals 

tine Republic . . . 
im 

U Am. States. . 



100,748,097 



} 



ark. . . 

e 

h Africa, 
J-ny 



11. 
ad 



I 

ira 

'o 

ay and Sweden 
na 



•pines , 
gal . 

a 

ierre , , 



sh Africa. . 

erland 

d States ... 
d States of 



Col- 



>ia 

Liay ' 

luela 

Indies, American! 
Indies, Cuban. . . 
Indies, Danish. . 
Indies, French. . 
iher 



92,857,625 
1,085,033 

2,297,521 

23,606 
1,898,262 

41,693 

2,142,877 

401,580 

76,683,289 



279,560 

1,728,484 

572,361 

32,942 
207,404 
505,194 

55,902 
1,436,628 

28,236 
1,374,716 

47.468 

23,234 
186,932 
315,063 
187,933 

70,435 
45,500 

2 

32,034 

18,007 

85,371 

45,(>81 

212,094 

155,229 

32,975 

632 

67,983,673 

25,135 

23,551 

971 

302,289 

575,5^2 

9,618 

32,641 

49,720 



1902. 



1903. 



120,914,009 



109,347,345 

3,840,730 

2,574,759 

350,130 

. 47,067 
1,922,09S 

8,089 

27,621 

2,269,601 

526,569 

75,105,754 



527,727 

1,363,058 

495,597 

16,900 

67,866 

271,766 

105,030 

1,300,798 

27,495 

1,298,654 

51,804 

16,794 

193,909 

236,499 

287,806 

27,362 

81,892 

100,828 

2 

45,744 

43,030 

10.5,495 

49,018 

195,503 

161,823 

94,479 

12,706 

66,567,784 

23,295 

95,241 

3,858 

461,901 

647,172 

5,044 

25,639 

93,237 



135,746,596 



125,199,980 

1,931,541 

2,897,528 

450,567 

96,307 

2,158,850 

45,921 

36,055 

2,381,966 

547,881 

78,655,078 



1,010,827 

1,658,163 

701,100 

27,903 

153,008 

175,636 

166,105 

1,316,713 

5,720 

1,618,517 

73,161 

35,339 

600,452 

295,470 

324,938 

26,072 

105,365 

268,515 

2 

67,210 

39,382 
164,184 
224,502 
227,549 
138,553 

62,403 

7,433 

67,766,367 

27,376 

35,292 
13,999 
462,527 
765,693 
25,140 
16,131 
48,333 



1904. 



121,194,135 



110,120,892 

2,318,859 

2,585,805 

587,451 

18,768 

2,152,129 

68,503 

25,452 

2,762,348 

553,928 

77,220,304 



1,119,288 

830,174 

393,811 

31,592 

250,774 

226,167 

161,112 

1,539,462 

5,648 

1,358,910 

67,324 

15,087 

841,3t» 

237,963 

341,803 

27,333 

124,058 

426,543 

6,549 

30,311 

33,996 

109,340 

255,927 

194,334 

98,408 

60,105 

3,761 

66,856,885 

31,623 

81,491 
34,045 
424,948 
819,482 
16,659 
69.373 
94,750 



1905. 



9 

108,579,770 



97,114,867 

1,880,038 

2,159,236 

532,382 

23,630 

2,918,630 

33,130 

101,080 

3,320,209 

496,568 

82,275,176 



1,461,696 

1,688,116 

617,148 

46,798 

206,555 

980,876 

203,889 

1,479,999 

10,673 

1,123,586 

46,574 

14,143 

519,624 

198,973 

608,609 

29,736 

113,465 

303,735 

39,066 

58,785 

62,893 

128,921 

241,005 

169,234 

50,223 

51,294 

8,525 

70,426,765 

11,402 

103,074 
22,899 
414,342 
884,975 
14,123 
60,639 
72,926 



eluding Bermuda. 

?luded with U.S. of Colombia. 



^^ 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



Table lxviii. Imports of Cauada liy values of merchandise entered for 
consamption from British Empii'e and foreign countries in the fite 
fiscal years 1901-1905 ; also coin and bullion. 



Britieh Empire., .totftls.. 

Britain 

British Africa 

AuatraliB 

New Zealand 

British Enatlndiee.... 
Bntiah West IndiM. . . 

Fiji 

Hon^Kong 

NawlouDdland 

Allother 

Foreign coiintriea. . . totals 

Aigentiiip Republic . 
Austria Hunnacy. , , 

Belfiium 

Brazil 

Central Anierioj 

States 

Chile 

Denmark 

Satch East Indies.. 
Egypt 

French Africa 

Germany. 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Holland 

Italy 

Norway and Swedei 

Pern I'lyy''.".' .. 
Philippines ... ... 

Portugal 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

awitiHTland.'. ' !-!. 

Turkey 

United States 

Uruguay 

Venratuelii 

West Indies I 

All other I 

Coin and hoUion. . . totals 



40.e52,B8H 53,ft47.0M 



64,8*8,462 



42.181 

824.5ed 
80,10^ 



797,462 
327,301 
1,619,102 
18,000 
58,343 

ia,on 

291,022 
10,G3Q 
96,304 
5.i,56n 
4.916 
742.539 
(i02,65S 



240,613 
1,711,5SB 
466.009 



13,404 

4sa,iio 

8.952 



S76,615 
720,742 
1,496,706 
112,178 
60,478 



8,793,038 
19,121 
96,909 
42,177 

2.137,078 

1, 798,758 
45,764 
139,400 

1,140. 
60S,GS3 



16,201 
891,104 
356,&13 



611,476 

13,266 
448,188 
18,750 



78,873 
10,303 
80,343 
11,486 
129.192 
205,611 
4,603 
833,944 
944,727 
229,027 
128,790,237 



17,294', 6,311,405' 



99,759 
19,442 
3,164,619 
4,196,730 
175.849 
135.390 
1,071.631 
3,183,907 



H7,617 
618,74G 

16,434 
407,980 



8,175,604 

229,613 

2.273 



192,472 
3,308 
187,985 
13.721 
100.713 



CENSUS STATISTICS. 161 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxix. Exports of Canttdtb b}^ classes and values of home produce in 
the Bve fiscal years 1901-1905. 




1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1900. 


X. Ag'icuUnr*] pro- 
duee totok 

B»l«uii 


« 

24,781,486 


« 

37,162,638 


• 
44,624,331 


• 
37,138,875 


» 
29,994,160 


391 

2,534 

235.080 

191,193 

1,4S2,927 

112.441 

181.438 

38,236 

2,006,236 


1,558 

396 

143.531 

102,203 
1,660.808 

84,010 
142,972 

26,311 

' "i;ie2,M4 


7,117 

810 

176,343 

402,402 
2,708.724 
110.364 
402,186 
16.096 

3,689,663 


13,811 

AS 

368.897 
4.690,793 
121,416 
358.943 
35,687 


11,744 1 
6,4» 

410,291 

268,134 
3,627,467 
1S7,T60 
206,626 
33,233 , 




riSti,- 

Apples, dried 

Apples, green or ripe 
BerriHi, »II kinds... 
Canned or preserved 
AUother 

TiMlfruiW. , .. 

Grain and product* 
of- 


5,476,BSS 


3.272,406 


l,123.«iB 

418,161 

227.717 

703 

2,490.521 

2,483.249 

192,463 

424,877 

6,871.939 

1,954 

14,233,639 

243,346 

4,015,226 

1,638 

467,807 

3113! 

3,563 

4,619,360 


231,199 

225.813 

175,517 

118,683 

2,052, 56S 

1.583,764 

222.954 

240,290 

18,688,093 

15,985 


457,233 
79,621 

17^394 

36,325 

2,583,151 

} 1,052.743 

21, 666! 70! 
3,299 


489,437 

133,457 

234,029 

46.045 

1,603,104 

1,133,268 

54,902 

13,465,351 

404 


614.86f 
304,71ff 

280,964 
36.103 

862,040 

\ 6i7.7ir 

/ 100,704 

12,620 

12.386,743 

9,966 


Buokwheat 

Indian com. 

Oats 

Pease, wliole . . . 

gr.-"" 


Wheat 

Other gnuDB 


Total grains., r. 


33.553,736 


29.224,421 

241,970 

4,639,143 

- 4.993 

637.002 

26,123 

7,416 


17,158,997 


16,126,417 


Bran 

Cereal fixids 

Klour of wheat.. . . 
Indian meal 


237,148 

3,966,850 

4.369 

344,333 

51,389 

6,706 


374.364 

6,129,226 

24,717 

766,687 

3S.144 

4,166 


670,019 

1,284.386 

5,877.607 

16,447 

641,233 

23,350 

9,289 


Meal, all other. 

Malt 

Total floiir, meal 
and malt 

Hay 

Hemp 

Hops. 

Maplesogar 


4,374,606 


5,274,776 


6,947,929 


6,666,t.26 


2,097,882 

989 

37.970 

71,879 

2,41! 

544,056 
4H.507 
14.621 


4,413.411 

17,820 
91,024 
11289 

1.201.678 
88,193 
19,451 


3,596,665 

640 

11,339 

190,603 

1,697 

839,459 
75;464 
4,249 


1,897,730 

1,068 

13,397 

141,011 

2,648 

1,337,139 
77.826 
13,807 


1,261,210 

1,013 

6,130 

136,066 

2,635 

520,461 
66,976 
11,728 


■ &.:.::::.;■::. 

All other 


Total seedB . . . 

Straw 

TobaCOOleaf 

Ti««, shrubs and 

1 'y/^Vn 


605,084 


1,309,33-2 


919,173 


1,427,771 


599,154 


39,150 
10,744 

fl.37J 


11,869 
1,347 

S.824 


14.411 

4,WI 


.33.640 





P""" ' u,ati 5,BZ4l ft,«\a\ W,*sav i.-^-~- 



162 TEE CAl^XDA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

TRADE AND COMMEHCE. 

Table lxi\ Exports of Canada by classes and values of home 
the five tiacal years 1901-1905— con. 


produce in 




Principal article* by 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905 


i 
1 


I. AgricoltuttJ prodiiop 

' banned or preserved. 
^^^^ FobatoeB 

^^H Ai^aO^er'. ... '.'".'- 

^H^ Total vcgetablea. . 

All Dbher wricnlCuml 
products 

U. Auimols and tbeir 

^^— produce totals. 

^^KAniinald liviDg— 
^^^F Cattle oiie year old or 

^V C«MBD;;roney»r 

^^ old 

Horxes one year old 


43,528 

364,387 
9«,463 


111,534 
688,261 
113,707 
82,388 


33,206 
386,718 
107,954 

30,753 


S 

46.993 

1.172,137 

167,020 

26,409 


!3JU 

i 




558,223 


996,910 


658,661 


1,410,669 


«16,tK 




106,394 


n,e54 


706,378 


1,947,244 


Bplrt 




65,lS6,?n 

287.439 

8,777,123 

4,017 

906,256 
8,301 

1,096, -IT 

628,985 

85,091 


59,181,209 

lffi.299 
10,538,520 

3,174 

1,453,999 
84,01& 

899,878 

083,648 

50,576 


G9,ei7,5«2 

59,801 

11,282,831 

3,720 

592,201 
319,762 

989,638 

666,043 

58,600 


63,813,117 

28,131 

10.401,537 
1,596 

400,012 

2fl;035 

853,179 
691, H38 
■ 65,421 


63.3Sr,«i!l 

2^68! 

ll,3a4J1 

2,1*1 

448,7M 
41,28) 

6KtWS 

714,018 

68,IW 




^olT.".™'™^.^™'' 




^^^ ShneD one year old 
^^^^ 'Sheep over one year 
^^K FooitV aod ~ other, 

^^1 Total ani>».l> 
^^ 

Animal products— 
Mean, viz- 




11,693,929 


13.739,113 


13,972,596 


12,462,861 


13,319,9!)! 




11,493,868 

813,343 

284,578 

fi,712 

51,374 

141,518 

1,568 
89,096 
419,959 
331,292 

13,632,.W2 


12,163,953 

414,095 

240,840 

6,135 

54,070 

238,047 

1,931) 

1,780 

881,578 

120,628 


451,160 

7.794 

122,936 

160,518 

2,814 
6,494 

610,299 
90,676 


12,603,531 
266,293 

418^740 

8,626 

446,507 

1«,214 

3.002 

4,657 

2,343,031 

134,539 


V 

IsSlM 

108,« 

7.47* 
4,0(6 




Beef 

^^b Mutton 

^H Pork 

^^^P Poultry, drecsad or 

^H ondi^Ued. 

^^B Gsme, dresaed or 

^^B Tongues. 




^H All other, n.e.s... 
^^^K Total meats. . . . 

^^K Other anioua pro- 
^^P C3,ee»e. .. .... 




14,122,071 


17,123,427 


16,348,130 


i>,ia«i 




38,868 
3,295,603 
20,69S,9&1 


29,?AV, 
19,686,2SJ\ 


32,228 


38,416 







DEPARTMBXTAL BTATISTICB. 16 

TRADE AMD COMMERCE. 

Tablb hxiK. Exports of Canada by classes and values of home produce ii 
the five fiscal years 1901-1905— con. 



Principal articles by 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


11. AnimalH and their 


S 


« 


S 


» 




produce— COE. 












Other anini«l pro- 






























1.436,13! 


1.053,396 


712.866 


FurB, dtMiBed 




21.441 


38,46! 


B0,52( 






1,612,278 


1,775, 4.'«l 


2.370,03! 


2,097,431 


2,358,880 
















20.117; 


10,91' 


9i,a« 


67,77; 




GIueBtook 








18,31) 


10,046 


Hair 




60,401 


86,481 


67,]3( 
























2.023,60! 


2,709,772 


HoriiB and faoafa. . 


9.18! 


5,98; 


4,661 


6,02i 












3,93^ 


1,848 












110,640 


















2«,a5! 


liSO,OiK 


257,665 




38.23! 


36,85( 


74,52! 


54,12< 
















Wool 




30^.04! 


382.87! 


306,28! 


418,576 




H2,104 


265,542 


143.912 


112,389 








Total olher aoi- 












nud prodacB.. 


30,169,080 


31.300,025 


38,721.519 


35,001,136 


33,434,910 


11. FiBhoriea pro- 












duce total., 

Codfiah, including had. 








10,769,029 


11,114,318 












dock, lioR and pol- 
lock, frA 












8,33i 






12,715 


12.98* 


Codfish, dry salted. , , - 


2,761,481 


3,161,67' 




2,755,827 


2,922,302 














and pickled 


20,78^ 


11,37! 








CodfiBh. ttmgagg am 














16,732 






11,900 


10,289 


Total codfish . . . 


2,80:.334 


3,301,527 


3,389,717 


2,793,722 


2,964.956 


Halibut, frefh 


31.009 


B5,5H0 


7,860 


72,326 


84,167 


Halibut, pickled.. . 




22 




4,806 


11,001 


Total halibut. . . 


34,09! 


56,602 


32,886 


7r,131 


75,168 


Herrinit, freahorfrosen 


103,(>79 


14!1,881 


102,333 


139,160 


154,383 




266,92! 


293.65! 






3r6,797 




aij 


9,!H1 


16.02! 






HenMug, HDioked 




76,410 




67,182 


56,210 


Total herring. . . 


411,300 


528,884 


446,599 


617,743 


571.811 




301,447 


365,191 


398,267 




376,336 


Lobsters, canned 


2,383,930 






2,5V9,6\ft 


^J&».,'EK4, 


Total lohtten.. 


2,585,377 


2,514,589 


2,9»9,«, 


i\ ■2,WA,y 


^ ^^■^a,^^ 


Ui-r.. ' 













X64 TFIE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 
Tablb lxix. Esporta of Canada by clasaPa and valuea of home 
the five fiscal years !901-I905-con. 


produce in 


ola»««. 


19U1. 


1SU3. 


19U3. 


1904. 


1905. 


:il. Fiahcrim produoa 

Mackerel, frBBh 

Mackerel, cauined 

ToUl mackerel , 


• 

18,13. 
283,157 


« 

66,438 
2,143 

364.S62 


« 

K.802 

700 

236,283 


61.981 

3,779 

373,153 


I 

91,038 

m 

236.011 


301.531 


423,433 


258,786 


438,913 


317,ai 


a.H03 

141,Bi8 

41.327 

2,889,480 

78,B61 


2,921 

19fl.89b 

511 


2.255 

161.711 

565 

2,589,660 

232,739 


1,418 
182,073 

1,772,121 

77,488| 


1,7K 
161,669 

l,6r4fl» 


Salmon, fresh 

Salmon, smoked 

Salmon, oanned 

Salmon, pickled 

Total salmon... 

8alm.)n or lake trout.. 
Seafiah, other, freeh.. 
Sea Sab, other, 


3,1B1,0S« 


6,397.259 


2.984,676 


2,031,801 


3,m.aa 


43.2a 

07.258 


41,588 
32 

13,190 

23,028 


63,198 
2.1S3 

800 

19.692 


70,298 
214 

2,126 

80,137 


2,19) 
38.819 


^^^>SiA Gsh, other, pre- 
^^^^■erved 

^^H* Total »e* fiah, 

w 


68,768 


36,260 


22,546 


32,477 


41,660 


19,461 
1,213,613 

15,841 
42.370 

5,790 
120 

1,367 


26,646 

1,263.011 

7.977 
61,911 
4,963 

so,n4 


33,463 
1,139,332 

9,076 
36,133 
7,136 

11.296 


32.007 
1,268,149 

20.328 
44.025 
1.538 

1.021 


72,9*3 
1.48im! 

iS,K9 

m 


Fish, all other, fresh.. 
Fish, all other, 

pieyBd : 

Fishoil,cod 

fiah oil, seal 

Fish oil, whale 

Fiah oil, other.. . , 

Totaltiahoila... 

Fura or akins the pni- 

duc of fish or 

maniie animals. .... 

. Other article* of the 

^^ faheriea 

^b .bOiea, pot and pearl. , 
Aahea, other. 

Total ashes.... 

Bark for taimina; 

FireHrood 

Knees and futtocks... 
LathwQod 

''g^ 

k «^ 


49,(i66 


80,688 


63,654 


46,584 


43,»6 


682 

24,209 

3O,00a.a57 


538,530 

24.492 

32,U9,429 


360,853 

24,396 

36,386,016 

46,846 
71,480 

117,336 


449,821 

74,377 

33^091,923 


Sti4»: 


48,679 
71,776 


45,476 
88,322 

133,798 


36,833 

66,028 


6ft4» 

98.CT 


120,355 


101.861 


tl2,034 
90, "06 
11,656 

183,749 
96,816 
122,39l> 


100.3R1 
91,507 
18,540 
6.646 

54,245 
32,604 


74,816 
115,769 

13,604 
4,077 

16,617 
34,264 


66.905 

71.961 

12,680 

■ 4.074 

16,519 

33.392 

535 


69,6B 
84.H9 

ss 



m 

^^B DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. M 

" T R A D E A N D C O M M E II C E . 

"Tablk LXtX. Exports of Canada by claarfea and values of home produce i 

the five fiscal years 1901-1905— cnn. 



Prineif»l articles by 



forest prodac 
All other. 



Dealo. pine 

Deals, fpcuoe on 

Deal enA«-".'.'.".'.'. 
l*tha 

Pickett) 

Flanks and boards 
Scantlings and joil 

ahinRlea . 

Shuoks, box *tid uthpr 
Stavt^,' Htandard and 
others und head- 
ings 

All other liinibdr. 



Total lumber. 



Match blocks 

MaatB and sparH 

Piling 

PuIhs, hop, hoop, tell 

grapb sad other . . . 
Posts, cedar, tamarat 

and other 

Shinrle bolts, pine ( 



Sleepers and railroad 



Pine, white. . . 
Another 



23.1,826 

663 

m,603 

i,oflfi,aei 



1902. 



7,451.148 

472.015 

746,016 

7,429 

87,370 

12,568,991 

367,966 

1,625,386 

370,406 



320,304 
13,319 
313,408 



104,867 

348,263 

3,000 

SBfi,!)52 

30,894 
923,795 

56,884 



1904. 



89.110 
269,771 



41,251 

71,963 39,287 

3,652,467 2,976,614 

i,316,4B4| 7,92 

551,769' 407,OH9 

B35,360i 728,049 

3.667, 6,210 

99,896 101,080 

14,005,788 12,707,912 

4P1,I64 62- "■■" 

1,610,14.1 1,71 

440,173 343,461 



207.490 
345,454 



2,165 
210.884 



27,649 
204,690 
304,S58 



219,991 

1,310,567 

69,072 



24,8^0 
3.356 



2,661,664 3,132,374 



48,000 

3.233 

369.087 

479,776 



1,072,339 
1,134 

139,969 



14,310 

8.179 
142,664 



10,793 
180,883 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1903. 

TRADE AND COMAtERCE. 

ExporCB of Cantida by elassef^ unci values of home produo 



the five fiauftl vears 1901-1905— ci 



Prinaipul articlea by 



V. MaDUfactur«e,.UitalB. 
Acid, aiilphuri 
Agricultural 

Aluminin'i," p 

Books, paiopblata, 

maps, eto. . . , 
Biacmtd and bread 

BriBka. 

Buttons 

CactridgTJs, gun, 

and pifltol 

CbarcoftI 

Cement 

Claj, manufactures of. 
Clothing and 

Coke ...'.'.".'. 
Cordage, r o p 

Cotton f'abricB' 
Cottons, other. 
Cotton waste... 
rjcugB. cheuiicsla and 

DyeatuifH ,..'. '.','. 
Electrical apparaCui 

Electrotypea 

Extract o t hemlock 

bark 

EiplOBiveB and ful- 

Fertilizers 

Far, nianufaoturea of . 
Giaw and glasswares 

GriodeCones, manufoo- 

Gjprani or plaster. 

Hats and caps 

Housebold eSeuts.n.e.i 

loe 

India rubber, manufao 

Indiarabber, aorapand 

Iron and steel a a c 
mfs. of- 
Ca^tinga, n.e.s, , . . 

Hardware, n.e.s 

Machinery 

Pigiron 

Scrap iron or stoel . . 
Bewinic roachinm . . 
Steel and 




DBPARTMBSTAL STATISTICS. U 

TRADE ANU COMMERCE. 
Table lxix. Exporte of Canada by classes and values of home produce ii 
the five fiscal years 1901-1905— cod. 



Principri«ride.by 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


IMS. 




« 


s 


8 


S 


n 


Iron and iteeJ and mfe. 














7,fi67 


7,707 


8,913 


13,428 


16.73S 


Typewriters 






98,966 


160,914 


1A644 














and mfB. of 


1.432,9fil 












H(W 


39.066 


44.403 


66,951 


78,026 




























209,14; 


17fl,r.23 










1311,197 


U9,l» 


12,981 




















} 1.966,963 


1.617.333 










293,936 


221,852 


191.0.11 




Other mt-. of 


110,773 


!ta,045 








Tutolleather.... 


2,423,076 


2,301,963 


2.366, 63S 


2,406,033 


2,344,909 






111,910 


127,792 


104,028 


75.498 


Liqaon, ale and beer. . 
























802,440 


367, 12t 


493,45t 


570.695 






3, SHI 
10,697 


4.338 
24,382 


40,009 


Ba',762 




Other Bpirito,n.«.B.. 


70,325 


ToUl liquors . . . 


111,64.^ 


398,236 


540,620 
""'406;6^ 


636,619 


706,665 


Metals, n.o.p 


136,361 


3fll,4» 


542,401 




















394.18! 


31S,161 


2?9.10( 






85,245 
2,4K2 


68,832 

a;79T 


^l8o 


11972 






7,818 ■ 
















.'i45,«15 


466,818 


418,670 


352,709 




Oiloakt 


183,159 


205,793 


389,945 


286,2154 


101,641 






72,2r( 




hi.m 




Paper, wall 


41.30; 


24,78( 


42,87* 


49,13( 










848,622 


1,«B3,62< 










3,62; 








47.24( 


»5,B« 


88,051 






Ships Bold to other 














fli>,76* 


76,5ffi 


50,30! 












13,7QC 


20. 47-1 


































2,751 


B.62f 




Sugar, all kinds, n.e.B, 


41,35i 


7,947 










19,09; 




12,93; 


















Tiii.ronnufaotureaof., 


14.481 




71,1« 




















[ 13,879 






4,48t 




GiKsrettea 










Stenig and outtinge. . 


13.13( 




12,44! 


21,2m 




All other, D.e.s 


88,02! 


43,26( 


4%,Q\ 






ToUltobajxo...! 


] 16,038 


BH" 


M.M 


«\ TiCl 


((^ ■fil.^»^ 



168, TBB. CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 
Table lxix. Exports of Ciinada by classee and values of home prudnc 
the five fiscal years 1901-1905— con. 



V. Manufuctiirea— con. 

Tdw 

VahioleB— 

Carriages 

GamageB, purU oi. 

Oarto 

WagoDB 

Bi<7dea 

Biofolea, parts nf . . . 

Other vohiclea 

Vinarar. 

Wood- 

Barrelij, empty . . , 

Uouseliold jurnitui 

DoorSj saah«B a □ 
blinds 

Uatohea and matcb 
aplintij 

Moulding, trim- 
nuuffF and othei 
household furnish- 
ings 

Fails, tabs, chunu 
aul other h' " 

Spool wood 

■ Wood poip 

Other manaFac 
of 

Total wood and 

Woollens 

Obher articles o' 
mHnaFncture 

VI. Mineral produce 

totals. 

Arsenic 

AsbestuB 

Barytes, ground aod 

unKTourid 

Coa! 

ChromiCe (chrc 

Gold-beariag quarts, 

dust, nuggets, etc 
Gypsum or plash 

Metals— 

Copper, fine, cc 
tamed in oi 

Copper, block 
. coursa, cemen6eo 

^ per and copper 

^k^ pm 



»,6t>S 
347.22 
53,7S 



57,019 
1,107,236 

40,367,683 
864,573 



4,867,088 
16,044 



3,943 

»9,640 
18,934 
11.357 



36!l,062 
331,359 
112,011 



31,064,861 
28,736 
{169,406 



19,437,528 
307,398 



,990,004 2,907,394 



206,846 
45,363 

16,889 



2,409,074 

395,047 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



169 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxix. Exports of Canada, by classes add values of home produce in 

the five fiscal years 1901-1905 — concluded. 



Principal articles by 
classes. 



1901. 



1902. 



19aS. 



1904. 



1905. 



I. Mineral produce — con 
tetals— con. 
' Lead, nietallic, con- 
tained in ore, etc.. 

Lead, pig 

Nickel, fine, con- 
tained in ore,n)atte 
or speiss. . ...... 

Platinum, contained 
in concentrates or 
other forms. . . . 

Silver, metallic, con- 
tained in ore, con- 
centrates, etc. ... 

Mica 

Mineral pigments, iron 
oxides, ochres, etc.. . 

Mineral water 

Oil, mineral, coal and 

kerosene, crude 

Oil, mineral, coal and 
kerosene, refined 

Total oils 

Ores- 
Antimony 

Iron . . . 

Manganese .... 

Other 



Total ores 



Phosohates 

Plumoago, crude ore 

and concentrates. . . . 

Pyrites 

Salt 

Sand and gravel . . . . 
Stone, om a m e n t al, 

granite, marble, etc. 

unwrougfht 

Stone, building, free- 
stone, limestone, 

etc 

Stone for manufacture 

of grindstones, rough 

Total stone 

Other articles of the 



mme 



711. Miscellaneous pro- 
duce totals. 

Coffee.... 

Dried fruits, n.a8 

Rice 

Rice meal. 

Other nuBceUaneouBi 
articles / 



% 



2,512,061 
5,023 



958,365 



2,420,750 
149,588 

7,732 
2,900 

608 

1,395 



2,003 



5,074 
150,657 

1,945 
213,079 



370,755 



120 

40,099 

54,357 

11,238 

108,509 



4,967 

119,136 
3,936 



128,039 



113,301 

44,489 
219 
863 

19,201 
24,206 



% 



889,310 

8 



8.34,513 

631 

2,055,428 
242,310 

5,706 
2,756 

125 



331 



1,303,901 

6,112 

123,253 



1,433,266 



1,880 

25,789 

57,623 

4,965 

119,421 



2,607 

127,293 
7,260 



137,160 



174,908 

32,599 

348 

23 

20,546 
11 



384,077 



316 



1,802,690 
327,879 

10,454 
2,708 

10 

31 



41 



17,990 

733,230 

2,421 

160,045 



913,686 



20 

17,504 

60,458 

2,724 

128,577 



3,462 

103,754 
10,809 



118,025 



302,791 



83,784 
489 
307 
161 

U,^7 



346,743 
997 



878,159 1,237,307 



64 

1,865,528 
213,660 

8,182 
3,162 

9 

216 



225 



5,060 

579,883 

2,294 

83,483 



670,720 



5,348 

27,085 

44,227 

7,579 

112,173 



854 

29,511 
17,538 



47,903 



110,707 



121,708 
2,080 



$ 



1,158,609 
28,523 



1,185,056 

. 423 

2,098,778 
169,128 

8,294 
3,449 

211 

480 



691 



28,957 

540,909 

2,212 

691,000 



1,263,078 



1,253 

8,580 

63,729 

2,920 

141,604 



726 

23,043 

8,711 



32,480 



^m 




23,771 



49,675 
2,265 

^^ 



*&^»^ 



THE CA^'ADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Taole lxx. Values of QxportB which may be classed as laantifactaret. 



f Agricultural produot« — 
I Cider 

P r u i t a, oaoned ' 
preserved . . . 

Flouc of wbaat 

Indiiui meal 

Oatmeal 

Ueal and flour, > 

■ lAaii.. '.'.'.' .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Haple augat 

Maple ivrup. 

Vi^taUU, canoed.. 
Cereal foodii 

Totals 

Aoimal producta— 

Buttfir. 

CbeeaH. 

Fur", dressed 

Meatfi, canned 

Milk and oream, con- 

OiAnimai]*;i; '.'.'. 

Tutala 

FuherieB- 
Mavksrel, canned. . 
Hprring, canned . . 
Sea Hull, preaervrd . . 
(}y»Ier», pruaorved 

liObstera, oannud . . . 
Salmon, canned . 

Totals 

Foreat t>rQduot«— 

Aahes. pot, pearl and 
.ithsr. , 

Lumber, nil kinds 
eluding: shin gl 
shoo'is, iCavn, e 

Total* 

Mineral products- 
Copper, fine, contained 
in ore, matte, reguluB, 

Lend, inetalliii, oon- 

Leitd, pig 

Xickel ooiitained 



3.563 
71.879 
2,411 



20,(Hl(i,(Bl 
33.553 
419,959 



21,900,498 
25,030,8 



a,eafi,467 

2,G12.061 



4,9113 
6.17,0021 



133,798 
27,610,142 



5,''i07 

368,942 
6,139,220 

24,717 



4,156 
141,011 



_55 



aS,2B4„T42 32,557.187 



3,779 
18,029 3.364 

19,692 30.137i 



2,990,094 
889,310 



S8,060,017J 27,939j 
28,161,878 28,0aU 



4.47S,774 t,m 
346,743 l.lKl 

9»7i m 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



171 



Table lxx. Values of exports which may be classed as manufactures 

— concluded. 



Principal articles by 
classes. 

• 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Mineral products — con. 
Platinum contained in 

concentrates, etc 

Silver contained in ore, 

concentrates, etc . . . 
Oils, mineral, coal and 

kerosene, refined. . . 
Salt 


2,420,750 

1,395 
11,238 


631 

2,055,428 

206 
4,965 


316 

1,802,690 

31 
2,724 


1 

64 

1,865,528 

216 
7,579 


$ 

423 

2,098,778 

480 
2,920 






Totals 


8,564,299 


6,775,155 


5,975,391 


7,937,208 


9,331,178 







Note. The articles in this table are usually grouped as natural products, as has been 
done in table xlix. But by some authorities they are gprouped w ith manufactured products, 
and they have been abstracted here to show the kinds and values of articles to be added to 
manufactures if so classified. Their chief component value however is that of law material. 



i 



9 



^Vl72 TRE CAflADA YEAR BOOK 1905. ^^H 

^m TRADE AND COMMERCE, ^^M 

^H Table lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for OH 
^K sumption in the Bvo fiscal years 1901-1905. \ 


^^V Prinoipftt ttrCidea b^ 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


iHe. 


^H L AgritulturttI v"«iuca 
^B tatulu 
^^1 Bunbu) reedB cut tu 


17,813,186 

3,401 

28,871 

36,558 
521,361 


1B,666,E29 

^506 

27,994 

46,167 
442,754 
17,652 
67,309 


$ 

18,469,634 

19,311 

33,665 

60,264 
571,515 
20,603 
60,503 


19,391,113 
4,653 
39.430 

80,073 

547.202 
23,054 

27:985 


» ■; 

!■ 
20,7ar,!i 

4S,R 


^m BiHII>itS,,kllldDd8. , 

MftCaconi and sermi- 


Kioe, all kinds 

Rice and tOKO flour.. 
Other breada^uffx... 

Grain and products 

B^nc 

India ncomfot distil 
lat ion purposes.. 

Indian com 

Oats 

Peas 

Wheat 

Other grains 

Total Kraina... .. 

Bran, mill feed, etc. 
Indian or corn ineaL 

Oalroeal 

Wheat Hour 

Other grain produota 

Total grain products 

Broom com 

Cane and rattans not 

manufactured 

Cider 

Cocoa beau 8, not roaat- 

ed, oruhhed orgrount 


667,935 


600,866 


746,640 


717.744 


7HI 


31,587 

162,077 
6,484,527 
42;831 
11,583 
61,915 
4,347 


21,939 

286,993 
2,480,397 
71.500 
16,126 
89,407 
4,701 


39,803 

460,602 
3,250,329 

ao.m 

14,631 
67,794 
1,940 


35,306 

568.536 
4,861,872 
27,276 
16,969 
29,726 
2,883 


31. 

i 


6,789.467 


2,970,363 


3,896,395 


6,541,571 


6.«H 


90,632 
57,949 
63,401 
146,001 
194.630 


104,619 
66,033 
11.0.M 
144,8.'i0 
.1I5.311 


108,011 
65,431 
5,384 
115,279 
435,584 


92,206 
122.114 

188 
161,429 
279,111 


Si 

ISS 


652,613 


641,747 


730,189 


656,048 


m 


8,000,015 


4,212,976 


5,372,124 


6.914,363 


7.9m 


212,037 

4,700 
2,916 

163,216 
39,395 

19,506 
24,519 
60,648 

5,547 
220,282 
31,386 
88,511 
144,94 


202,487 

17,570 
3,379 

94,263 
41,353 

17,572 
25,639 
70,799 

6,310 
298,278 
31,772 


165,231 

18,020 
21866 

181,251 
39,687 

12,454 
46,336 
82,611 

8,938 
232,984 
43,034 

6\ ■\5i,'n 


197,282 

6,622 

1,125 

191,945 
45,042 

22.485 
33,990 
91,693 

7.B98 
268,630 

40,199 


in 

19( 

» 
u 

10( 

3E 

8! 

k vs 


Fibre, Meiican, Istle 


Fibre, vejetable, n.e.s 

Floriste Btook 

Fruits, dried, includ 
inir nuts- 
Apples, dried 

Currants 

^ Dates 

1 ^ 


L ~ 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



173 



TRADE AND. COMMERCE. 



Dj^ble lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for con- 
sumption in the ^^e fiscal years 1901-1905 — con. 



Principal articles by 
classes. 



1901. 



1902. 



1908. 



1904. 



1905. 



Agricultural produce- 
con. 

Fruits, dried, includ- 
ing nuts— con. 

Raisins 

Other dried fruits.. 
Nuts, all kinds 

Total dried fruits. . 



Fruits, green- 
Apples 

Bananas 

Berries, all kinds. 

Cherries 

Cranberries. 

Grapes 

Oranges 

Peaches 

Pineapples.. 

Plums 

All other 



Total fruits, gfeen 



Fruits, preserved 

Hay 

Hemp, undressed. . . . 

Hops 

Malt 

Oils, vegetable 

Pickles 

Plants and trees 

Seeds, garden, field, etc 

Seeds, fiax 

Seeds, all other 

Total seeds 



Straw 

Sugar, maple, and 
maple syrup 

Tobacco, manufactured 

Vegetables 

Other agricultural pro- 
duce 



II. Animals and their 
produce totals 
Animals, living- 
Cattle 

Dogs 

FowRdomestic, pure 



$ 



693,006 
113,902 
415,449 



1.712,922 



74,191 

579,479 

81,011 

9,517 

26,199 

59,165 

922,003 

52,001 

86,060 

36,291 

64,733 



1,990,656 



97,374 
116,228 
676,475 
146,170 

66,329 
764,120 
167,587 

41,421 
542,149 
700,480 

76,322 



1,318,951 

104 

1 

8,589! 

1,724,605 

441,139 

20,103 



292,351 
8,119, 

4,902'' 



$ 



551,876 
132,138 
429,754 



1,718,093 



85,252 
738,168 
94,951 
11,310 
52,487 
69.951 
1,265.480 
91,839 
87,929 
39,057 
67,538 



2,603,462 



89,009 

121,624 

1,296,799 

131,185 

69,076 

894,641 

156,081 

56,920 

40G,3£7 

1,871,333 

117,641 



2,395,331 



133 

9,551 

1,948,402 

417,407 

67,268 



12,068,321. 14,278,820 



24«,292 
6,435 



$ 



736,920 
167,675 
560,702 



2,003,334 



81,266 

819,236 

90,439 

14,754 

37,412 

75,998 

1,090,781 

70,903 

127.635 

49,611 

80,522 



2,538,557 



84,205 

126.646 

1,022,460 

162,394 

76,594 

799,713 

215,716 

63,6U5 

438,694 

1,376,537 

121,831 



5,3581 



1,937,062 
404 

10,169 

2,367,606 

704,423 

417,065 



15,574,726 

631,976 
23,999 



\ 



% 



700.632 
116,128 
642,839 



2,000,634 



72,768 

809.684 

108,387 

16,908 

53,458 

79,690 

998,482 

57,962 

133,145 

49,230 

73,18* 



2,452,898 



102,415 
155,781 
911.968 
216,316 

86,913 
652,503 
251,259 

72,341 
365,592 
548,712 

95,038 



1,009,342 



464 

9,306 

2,438,339 

694,407 

837,127 



14,878,536 
532,476 



653,717 
116,798 
663,825 



1,865,928 



78,358 
971,672 
138,850 

15,436 

. 51,534 

103,570 

1,342,769 

86,304 
152,688 

66,773 
101,214 



3,109,087 



71,182 
145,618 
787,101 
216,055 

83.132 
920,449 
222,892 

91,447 
477,407 
211,585 

87,982 



776,974 



288 

5,236 

2,377,359 

966,131 

608,147 



15,410,026 
336,340 



<^?SV^ 



174 TEE CA.}iADi YEAR BOOK lUOo. 

TKADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for con- 
sumption in the five fiscal years 1901-1905 — con. 



Principal krdclea by 



[I. Animale snd their 
produoe— con. 

L_ Hopk 

■T Horaaa 

^^H 8b«ep 

^^^^B Other ftaimoU . 

^^H^ Total, animiilB, 
I living 

I Bonea, crude, and bont 

duBt. etc. 

I BriBCJes 

Ebb* 

toatbera , 

Fur Bkin*, not dreaaed. 
For skina, whnlly oi 

partialiy dreased 

Grevie, aegTt,« and 

Greaae, rough 

Hair, c1»iDed or ua 
oliianed 

Hidm and akinn, raw. , 

Milk, ondenaed 

Oils, onimsl 

Proviaiona, viz — 
Bnttar 

Lard and tard com- 

pound, etc 

Meats, viz— 

Bwian and hams, 

sbouldera and aides 

Becif I salted ..... 

Canned meata ...._ 

nanned poultry and 

I game 

EntraotB of Tnea 

\ Raid beef, etc. . . 

Mutton and lam 

Pork. '.'.'.'.'..'.'".. 
Poultry and game. 
Otbermeata 

Total nieatB , . . 

Rennet 

Bai'saga CBHrng? 

Silk, raw, eta 

LWjw, bees 
Wool. 
Other ai tirfes, 



10,6114 

418,m5 
178,304 



B0,6ai 
ig4,lSB 
20,S1S 



43,504 

187,907 



437,862 
54,256 
94,86fl 



68.060 
53,878 
270,812 



049,539 

109.433 
202,2;ffi 

32,iW5 

w.oea 

7i,H7IJ 
5,079, 34H 



7.472 
1,426,6«) 
210.470 

3e,3ao 



31,861 
31,348 
67,334 

G,6(>],S13 
7.a45 
31.167 
17,466 



116, HSO 
78,778 



70,669 
4,776.464 

9,eu}i 

18,574 
14,580 



130.B77 

104,666 

7,.'*I4 
391,831 
44,071 
122,183 




DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



176 



• TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for con- 
sumption in the five fiscal years 1901-1905 — con.. 



Principal articles by 
classes. 



1901. 



1902.. 



19()3. 



1904. 



1905. 



III. Finheries produce. 

totals. 

Anchovies and sardines 

God, haddock, lvaf( and 
pollock, all kinds. . . 

Halibut 

Herrings 

Lobsters 

Mackerel 

Oysters 

I^mon 

Seafish, other 

Other fish, fresh, pick- 
led, smoked, etc. . . 

Total fish 

Fish oil- 
Cod 

Cod-liver 

Seal 

Other 



Total oils 



Other articles of the 
fisheries 

IV. Forest produce, totals 

Corkwood 

D Shovel handles 

Felloes of hickory 
wood, rough sawn to 
shaoe only, etc 

Handle, heading, stave 
and shingle bolts 

Hickory billets and 
hickory sawn to 
shape for spokes and 
wheels 

Hickory spokes 

-Hubs for wheels, etc. . 

Ivory nuts, vegetable.. 

Fence posts and rail- 
road ties 

liOgs and round un- 
manufactured timber 

Xiuinber and timber, 
planks and boards, 
etc, viz— 
Boards, planks, 

deals, etc 

Cherry, chestnut,* 
etc / 



972,939 

96,309 

128,743 

18,516 

138,187 

87,292 

1,758 

242,815 

84,907 

8,656 

67,358 



874,539 



16,137 

13,547 

22,682 

5,719 



58,085 



40,315 

3,549,927 

66,443 
18,668 

24,604 
18,763 



11,032 
99,471 
14,184 
16,458 

240,561 

262,863 



750,125 
197,379 



$ 



1,146,165 

98,287 

213,619 

21,044 

176,159 

59,610 

2,181 

252,940 

140,425 

8,459 

70,175 



1,042,899 



20,393 

8,841 

17,342 

13,265 



59,841 



43,425 

4,299,874 

53,881 
23,180 

24,809 
10,926 



20,942 

1:52,307 

15,937 

14,495 

245,374 

665,817 



723,190 
186,b72\ 



$ 

1,403,420 

89,967 

396,551 

38,456 

201,080 

54,939 

2,100 

315,120 

88,619 

7,200 

69,193 



1,263,225 



35,489 

6,198 

32,600 

17,534 



91,821 



48,374 

5,116,774 

84,629 
27,189 

42,337 
11,412 



7,292 

131,639 

12,685 

14,159 

132,679 

389,267 



954,203 



1,585,745 
* 109,517 

515,398 
88,637 

164,061 

49,675 

2,011 

360,209 
54,648 
10,351 

86,006 



1,390,513 



72,748 

5,174 

35,109 

18,946 



131,977 



63,255 

7,165,348 

78,357 
45,886 

27,610 
29,376 



6,619 

178,603 

24,074 

23,132 

202,887 

396,348 



$ 



1,503,960 

135,224 

384,083 

40,572 

184,237 

86,261 

2,142 

358,991 

55,492 

7,057 

89,865 



1,343,924 



46,101 
10,743 
37,253 
32,769 



126,866 



33,170 

6,191,453 

79,095 
52,735 

19,531 
31,572 



10,794 

126,275 

31,960 

21,411 

376,014 

479,791 






176 THE CAS ABA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for c 
sumption in the five fiscal years 1901-1905 — con. 



PHnripal >rtiales bj 



IV. Forest produce— oon. 
Lumber, etc. — doc. 

Mahonny 

I 0«k 

^^■1 Pitch pine. 

^^^H Timbar, hewn a q d 

^^^m SbinsW 

^^H Stavw 

^^^B Walnut. 

^^^B White mh. 

^^^^P Other lumbra' and 

^^^^1 timber 

^^^ Total lumber and 
r timber 



Wood for fuel 

Other articlea of tbi 

V. Manufac 



.. totali 

At», beer and porter. . 

AKgingar... 

Antueptio a u c g 1 c a 

dresaing. 

ABphaltuin or asphalt. 
Bakine powder . ... 
BaU», Eues and racki 

for bagatelle tablea. . 

Baaketd... 

Belt inn, all kinds, ax 

oept cubber and 



Belttt 






idenapenaory band - 
Belts, '^"it'inii n."e.8. 



BiUiard tables . . 
Binder twine.... 
Binder twine, articles 

for ihe mfr. of. 
Blttclcing, ahoe 



Bioeing. Jaundry, all 

Boats 

Butstera and pilloWE 
Bolting cloth- . . . 
Books, periodicals e 
'"- ~ inted matter 



3fi,91B 

18,007 

116,108,373 



36,919 
67.687 
101, (i03 



18,009 
43,666 
.67,016 



21,261 

20,9M 
8,489 
2,359 



other printed niatter 
Boot, shoe and stay 

Bout^ ahoes and slip- 
pen, eicnpt robber 
and ItMtber I 



U3,fi97 
941,004 
»44,567 

472,967 
30,762 
82,360 



131,786,329 
30fi,e82 



67,212 

2S,000 

160,590,167 



47.853 
96,016 
1(17,570 



1,507,341 
246,615 
23,490 



347,685 

21,336 



14,377 

2,095,629 



138,388 

1,492,577 

302,376 



22,141 

14fi,680 
67,770 



70,065 
79,073 
30,039 



74.703 
20,383 



2,325,706 
ll7,nS2 



28a\ a'i,\?,\\ 



DBPA.RTMESTAL STATISTICS. 177 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 
ABLB Lxxi. Imports of Canada by .clasaee and values entered for con- 
sumption in the five fiscal years 1901-1905 — con. 



il articles b; 



. Mimufiictures— con. 
Braces, .iiiH|«nderB and 

BrsKb and mftnufiuj- 

tnrta of ' 844,716 

Bricks, tOea and nianu-l 

factnre* o( clay, 

n.e,B 133.343 

Bricks, fire. 418,461 

Britisb glim, dextrine,! 

eizinKcrSBin. elc.. . 4G,741 

Brooms sad brushee . . 190,136 

Butlone i lTS.he4 

Candlee I(e,0S8 

Canvas for uula and 

bicycle tires ....j 21,870 

Bplit (IT insnufsotar' 

■ Bd 89,392 

Carnages, all kinds,! 

railway earn, trucks,! 

bicycles, and parts 

of : 1,110,851 

Carpets, n.e.i< 133,944 

Carpet sweepers i 3,996 

C»h Twisteni 73,464 

Celluloid and manu- 

faoturea of. & 

Cement 66 

Chalk, prepared 1 1 

Chicory, ktin dried, 

roasted or ground. . . 3,630 

Cburch vestments.....! 11,691 

Clocks, clock cssei.j 

springs and move- 
ments 208,846 

Clothes wringers 19,461 

Cloths, not mbbend or 

made waterproof for 

mfrs 56,479 

Coal tai and coat pitch. SK.093 

Cocua, carpeting mau! 

and matting 2,260 

Caaua, desiccatbd 3.98!) 

CoooB paste, cbooolate 

paste, etc 280,094 

Coffee, , roasted or 

ground, e.xtracts of,j 

etc I 8S,938 

Coke... 680,138 

CoUarfl and cuffs . 89,076 

Combs, drew and toilet: 128,478 

Copper and manufac- 

tuiesof 1,103,318 

CurdaRC of all kinds. . . 94,036 

Corks and other manu- 1 

faotnna of cork barki ]0S,407l 

12—Y.B. 



93,413 
1,013,609 



l,421,2Ue 
118,160 

9.0li7; 
109.921 I 
I 
fi8,122| 
863,616! 
11,337 



70,071 

890,74fi 
16,497 



101,036 

1,267,117 



. 68,513 
277,012 
322,337 



119,719 

1,014,713 

19.163 



23S,996| 
16.916 


270.116 
17,460 


289,412 
23,8S2 


70,371; 


92,328 
61,558 


73,093 
122,608 


5,22i: 
2,040 


2,631 
2,363 


2,606 
11,303 


312,327; 


371,089 


454.767 


75,548! 
842,816; 

92.748! 
151,063j, 


1.322;7Bf 
145.736 
154.373 


102,179 
765.123 
l!'l,216 
179,888 


507,3541 
143.923 


, 301.073 


1,461,925 
318,189 



178 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for con- 
sumption in the five fiscal years 1901-1905 — con. 



Principal articles by 
classes. 



1901. 



V. Manufactures — con. 
Corsets, corset clasps, 

etc 

Costumes and scenery, 

theatrical 

Cotton, manufactures 

of 

Cotton wastf* 

Cotton wool 

Cotton yams; 

Crapes 

Curtains and shams . . . 
Dressing, harness and 

leather * . . . 

Drugs, dyes, chemicals, 

medicines 

Duck for belting and 

llwOwS • at- ■•••••■•• 

Earthenware and chi- 

Elastic, round or flat. . 

Electric apparatus, mo- 
tors, etc 

Electric light carbons 
and carbon points. . . 

Embroideries, n.e.s.. . . 

Emery wheelsand man- 
ufactures of emery . . 

Express parcels 

Fancy gouds 

Fertilizers 

Fibreware 

Fireworks 

Fish hooks, nets, seines, 
etc .... 

Flax, hemp, jute and 
manufactures of. . . 

Furniture, wood, iron 
or other material 

Fur and manufactures 
of fur, 

Glass and manufactures 

Glove fasteners, metal, 
eyelet h(x>ks and eye- 
lets, etc 

(xloves and mitts 

Gold, silver and manu- 
factures of 

Grease, axle 

Gunpowder and other 
explosives .... 

Gutta percha, india- 
rubl)er and manu- 
factures of 



1902. 



102,700 

5,912 

6,879,876 

267,431 

4,773,993 

192,760 

22,438 

436,950 

I 

50,476i 
5,223,7831 



102,316 

1,114,677 
79,722 

871,111 

31,924| 

56,579 1 

I 

22,805 

1,131,945 

1,936,725 

100.887 

34;621 

18,460 

626,916 
1,950,303 

443,653 

97,880 

1,525,619 

75,544 
702,578 

359,646 
29,972 

278,540 
609,891 



1903. 



106,578 
8,975 

7,392,977 
265,058 

5,599,031; 

249,073 

20,261 

477,762 

56,131 

5,704,994 

137,501 

1,275,093 
98,693 

1,266,810 

77,336 
59,228 

2,3,892 
1,108,<;00 
2,218,708 
96,533 
33,089 
19,780 

695,257 

2,014,781 

487,749 

110,982 

1,938,808 

98,131 
651,309 

351,346 
27,884 

395,875 
771,426 



1904. 



101,915 
9,933 

8,039,476 
290,275 

5,968,333 

262,311 

16,555 

589,649 

60,8^ 

6,104,307 

278,934 

1,406,610 
95,949 

1,573,922 

75,079 
91,139 

22,177 

877,301 

2,703,1.% 

130,798 

34,800 

83,311 

730,065 

2,178,620 

580,982 

115,843 

2,084.451 

124,074 
870,425 

434,273 

41,729 

* 

347,020 
990,062 



109,230 
12,226 

8,464,969 
444,835 

5,955,145 

291,862 

17,974 

605,573 

59,174 

6,035,384 

197,532 

1,611,356 
107,963 

2,318,138 

88,779 
94,559 

29,278 

911,791 

3,070,759 

15.S,218 

29,881 

28,651 

691,467 

2,411,630 

682,292 

126,758 

1,988,781 

128,670 
948,906 

444,154 
42,862 

418,916 
994462 



1905. 



100,167 
15,440 

8,284,340 
422^307 

5,617,044 

322,813 

16,430 

567,950 



6,877,306 

89,067 

1,636,214 
112,903 

2,768,357 

67,110 
68,646 

33,260 

996,7% 

8,068.788 

14Q,6U0 

26,308 

23,346 

764,143 

2,602,406 

693»994 

168,251 

1,948,060 



132,517 
9KO,883 



31,260. 
411,704 

816^787 



^ Included with blacking, etc. 



OBPARTUESTAL STATISTICB. 171 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

TABm LXii. Importa <tf Canada b; classes and values entered for con- 
sumption in the five fiscal years 1901-1905 — con. 



Hate, caps rni'l bonnetB 
HHtten' bands (not 

□ards), bindiitge 

and lidM. etc 



Iroii and etetil and 



Jewelry 

Junk and oakum 

Jntu cloth, not 
oured, etc 

Jute, Oai or hemp 
yarn, plalo, djed " 
coloured, etc 

Lead and nuuiufacCutea 



Iieatfaer and m&nufac- 
turea of 

Lime jnice and othn 
fruit juiom 

Litbc^apliic presKe. 

Machine cird clothini,. 

Magic lanteros aiid 
alidea for 

Malt, extract of . 

Marble, manufai: 



Thf attreHsei , : . 
Mats and rugs 
Metalx and i 
turea oE . . . 
Mine 



manufucturv* uf 

Mucilaire 

Musical inetnimen 
Hnatard and mas 

N«»Bpapen and maga- 



Noila. 

Oil cake and meal and, 
cotton aeed cake and 

Oils, 






OifcTotber! '.'.'.'.'. 

Oiled cloths, all kindi. 

cork mattinar and 



1,984,56? 

21,2S7 

1,661,763 



63,814 

647,200 
60,364 



137,186 
214,006 



fi,Kil 
7,712 

33.W0 

8,661 
131,317 

l,ai)H, 



412,048 
94,369 

161,571 



42,009,168 
71,457 

79,40!) 
744,778 
65,599 

909,760 

183,604 
164,392 

1,912,802 

22,470 



233,179 

2,204,000 



122,617 
17,6611 
461,074 

112,621 



41,310 



218,798 
261,SBG 



17,826 
19,735 
27.824 



10,072 

52,019 

6,550 
290,479 



160,771 
18,503 
453,491 



141,0<)4 
301,858 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905, 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



Table lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for ci 
aumplion in the fiscal years 1901-1905— con. 



V. Maiiufaotures— eoii. 
Optical, phi)aeaphi(«I, 

maclieiDatica) iiuti 

Fackagee 

Paints and colours, , 
Paper and rnHQufi 

Pencils, Icftd 

Peas, penbolders and 

Pariuniery, noD-alco- 

PhoCcigtaphic dry 

Picture and phuto- 

graph frameB. . 
Pitch and tar pine . . . 
Plaits, straw, tuBcan 

andgraas. 

Plaster of Paris 

Plates engraved on 

wood or metal 

PocliclhmkB, piirspfi. 

tobacco pouchee, etc 
Polish or 'TumposittoD, 

knife or other 

Pouiadea 

Post office parcels.... 
Frecioua atoned. . . . 
Printing presses, ma 

ohinra and parts , . 
Soea, outtoti, linen 

Hegalia and badges . . 

RibbonB...... r !, 

Euga, railway an< 

travelling 

Sand, glass, emery and 

Sauces, catsups and 

ShipB, vessels an' 

macbinery 

Signs of any material 

Silk and manufactures 
of 

' Included with iron al 



l'J3.f.2T[ 241,2B1 

700,4231 B!l7,51ti 

7«8,B48J 1,007,85" 



104,'i^ 

7!t,437l 
S5,498 



43,867 

8,1^0 

546,604 

77,653 



6,214 
125,363 
643,2n' 

57,423] 

4C,3]0 



W. 1,* 



136,741 

52,702 

5,387 

588,765 

64,551 

257,fiH 

I67,a02 
12,414 

147,013 
799,976 

56,796 

64,049 

79,618 

82,491 

37,161 
26,862 " 
3,430,188 



239, (Bd 
743,6(19 
1,211,076 

2,110.3B4 
lAl^O 
112,216 
75,fllE 
44,724 



149,541 
36,164 ■ 
3,793,114 



13:1,395 

94,850 

ril,Ri4 

HO. OUT 
34,117 

107,282 
3,609 



61,347 
7,616 

577,48S 
92,386 



11.549 

229,761" 
1,067,570 

77,792 

86,791 

114,144 



42,000 
8.71^037 



DBPABTMENTAL 8TATISTI08. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



iBLB Lxxi. Imports of Cana'la by classes and values eotere.! for cgn- 
somptionin the five fiatwl veara 1901-190S — con. 



Principal article* by 



. Manufactures — con. 

SlKte. 

ao»p 

Spectaclea, eye-glaiiwa, 

spSw? *! ::; 

Stearic acid 

StnckiDcttra for n 

Stone, manufactiii 
Straw, nuuiiif^tuniB of 
Sugsrand ayru|», .. 

Candy and contec- 
cjonery , 

Glucose and aaccba- 

Surgical and dental in 
Btrunients ...^ 

T»pe linea 

Teeth, artificial. ... 

Telepboue and tele- 
^iraph instniiHinits.. 

Tin and manufactures 



Tobacco ai 



maDufac- 



and trs 



Tnmlu and valises, hs 

Turpentine, spirits oL. 
Twines and manufac- 

tures of 

"tfmbrellas. parai 

and minahadea . 

Uneniinierated 

Varnish, lacquen. jap- 

Watimes, watoh c 
movements, glasses, 

Wax, manufaotures of 
\7BbbiDg, elastic 

non-eUstic 

Whais, ihongs 



72,187 
364.713 
234,eH>! 

ft6,22o! 

I,492,lt69| 

03,ft43 



7,920,001 1 

161,482 

16!>,6!I2 
1,067,419| 

127.012! 
8,2K(' 

16,819! 

2,336,699' 

4S4,U1, 
292,«" 

27,042 

53,213 



139,802 
6,361 
' laeladed with electric apparatus, e 



84,437 
347,238 
242.097 



52.9;» 

1,053,539 

58, 36 



7.C78,ft4B 
164,990 



28,770 
2,243,309 



74,045 
72,026 



156.248 
8,271 



86,057 
414,433 

291,366 

65,870 

1,9((2,7U9 

46,477 

0,167 



154.825 
16,9mi 
86,500 



164,236 
6,900 



202,261 

7,002 



182 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



Table lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for cc 

sumption in the fiscal years 1901-1905 — con. 



Principal articles by 
classes. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 




1 


$ 


$ 


$ 


1 


V. Manufactures — con. 










• 


Window cornices, poles. 












shades, rollers 


16,640 


28,151 


38,516 


58,381 


64,0! 


Wine, non-sparkliuR. . 


338,719 


335,246 


364,100 


372.279 


376,6; 


Wine, sparkling 


194,280 


204,902 


205,360 


223,026 


V9f^^2k 


Wood and manufac- 












tures of 


777,571 


901,844 


1,049,075 


1,433,477 


1,437,K 


Wool and manu- 












factures of 


9,944,105 
^,847 


10.946,856 


13,561,915 
89,527 


15,159,383 
108,561 


15,572,91 
100,85 


Yarns, n. e. s 


81,351 


Zinc and manu- 












factures of 


110,339 


148,243 


152,581 


152,149 


163.42 


^» *^W ^^ ^r ^^ ^ ^i^ ^i* ^^ ^» 9 9 m w ^ 9 9 9 9 

Other manufactured 


■^b m^ ^^ ■ ^L^^w ^^ 




Ai^*'l *• 


articles 


422,347 


513,427 


590,677 


858,835 


826,21 


VI. Mineral pro- 












duce totals 


16,363,494 


16,745,463 


20,317,619 


25,860,847 


27,176,5C 


Clays 


141,251 


140,521 


176,416 


144,706 


176,8C 


Coal, anthracite and 












dust 


7,923.950 


7,021,939 


7,028,664 
7,776,717 


10,461^223 
9,108,208 


12,093,37 

8,002,8* 


Coal, bituminous 


4,956,025 


■ m ^r mm ^mm %^ ^^ %^ 

5,712,058 


Coal dust, n. e. s 


275,559 


264,550 


420,317 


544,123 


343,4? 


Emery, in bulk, crushed 












or ground 


16,311 


14,476 


18,058 


21,626 


21,9^ 


Gravel and sand 


42,891 


58,668 


96,647 


107,547 


92,75 


Lithographic stones. 








\ 




not engraved 


8,084 


12,272 


8,461 


17,981 


13,6J 


Marble, sawn only 


69,000 


87,007 


93,389 


117,186 


89,3C 


Marble, rough, npt 












hammered or chisled 


4,491 


9,537 


8,232 


11,922 


4,14 


Mineral and aerated 












wauers . ........... 


71,521 


91,871 


108,130 


137,304 


161,75 


Minerals, viz — 












Alumina or oxide 












of aluminium 


171 


— 


36,599 


108,956 


129,82 


Litharge 


51,944 


47,021 


47,761 


32,633 


57,73 


Other minerals 


28,028 


78,602 


77,097 


60,774 


76,75 


Oils, mineral — 






* 






Coal and kerosene. 












distilled, purified 












or refined 


780,937 


878,087 


1,241,726 


1,526,989 


943,20 


Oils, products of pe- 












troleum 


34,462 


52,285 


67,492 


100,609 


96,62 


Oils, lubricating, com- 












posed wholly or in 












part of petroleum . . . 
Oils, other 


135,530 


133,720 


196,336 


245,864 


207,67 


31.711 


43,109 


137.817 


310,381 


9O4.0C 


Ores of metals, all 


*^ ^y 1 ^^ 




•* ^^ fl J \^Mm V 




kinds, including co- 








* 




ba.lt ore . 


598,016 


727,099 


^ 1,070,232 


1:112,198 


1.775,1? 


Phosphate rock 


19,977 


\ lb,^lQ 


\ \^,^5R«> 


\ 8,000 


15,3< 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 

TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Table lxxi. Imports of Canada by classes and values entered for con- 
sum ption in the fiscal years 1901-1905 — concluded. 



3?rincipal articles by 
classes. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


• 

1905. 




$ 


$ 


S 


$ 


• 


VI. Mineral pro- 












duce—con. 




1 








Precious stones 


50,970 


55,691 


246,294 


260,107 


166,274 


Precious stones, dia- 












monds, unset, dia- 












mond dust or bort, 












and black diamonds 












for drills 


611.978 


728,489 


884,054 


853,944 


1,239,987 


Salt . . 


373,974 


425,234 


402,970 


412,268 


399,010 


Stones, flag, granite, 
rough freestone, etc. 












45,039 


69,972 


^71,202 


59,864 


49,004 


Stones, granite, sawn 












only •.••;•• 


796 


247 


1,153 


7,930 


14,015 


Whitmg or whitening . 


60,S78 


42,136 


39,867 


42,507 


51,215 


Other mineral products 


30,000 


34,426 


43,930 


46,002 


50,483 


VII. Miscellaneous pro- 


• 










duce totals 


14,361,748 


18,869,399 


22,318,176 


23,692,320 


25,373,000 


Articles the growth. 












produce or manufac- 












ture of Canada, re- 










\ 


turned after having 












been exported 


168,354 


255,976 


257,245 


304,680 


620,334 


Articles for use of the 












Governor General. . . 


13,647 


10,859 


7,5;^ 


5,693 


11,340 


Articles for Dominion 












government 


1,650,813 


2,608,600 


1,411,727 


2,401,085 


1,692,365 


Articles for army and 












navy 


633,779 


525,591 


91,570 


24,145 


13,165 


Articles e "( -warehoused 


^^^i'' J " " " 


^^^^%^m >^V^^k 


for ships' stores 


410,966 


365,526 


458,387 


526,020 


442,818 


Bacteriological pro- 












ducts or serums 


21,453 


31,411 


47,497 


59,302 


57,648 


Barrels or packages re- 












turned 


12,767 


8,636 


11,547 


29,680 


31,727 


Cabinets of coins, col- 












lections of medals. 












etc . . 


18,270 


17,762 


41,497 


27,950 


23,657 


CoflFee, ffreen 


404,746 


507,370 


522,98^ 


491,164 


642,523 


Models of inventions 






and other improve- 












ments 


3,442 


4,014 


13,825 


20,358 


23,245 


Paintings in oil or 










water colours 


422,583 


537,889 


413,138 


297,907 


634,724 


Settlers' effects ... . 


3,740,630 


4,580,481 


6,442,724 


6,758,913 


7,084,659 


SDon&res 


40,490 
3,176,795 


50,327 
2,940,397 


52,600 
3,464,739 


37,739 
4,696,442 


41,431 
3,670,940 


Tea 


Other miscellaneous 












articles 


105,720 


113,155 


104,363 


136,929 




Coin Mid bullion 


3,^7,294 


6,311,405 


\ %,^1^,1^ 



184 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 
TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



Tablis lxxii. Imports of Canada by values entered for consumption from 

British Empire and foreign countries under the general, {^referential 

and surtax tariffs in the five fiscal years 1901-1905. 



1901. 



1902. 



Countries. 



General. 



Preferen- 
tial. 



General. 



Preferen- 
tial. 



1903. 



General. 



Preferen- 
tial. 



British Empire . . . totals 

Britain 

Australia 

British East Indies. . . 

British Guiana ... 

British West Indies . . 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand 

Other British posses- 
sions 

Foreign countries.. totals 

Austria-Hungary 

Belgium 

France 

Germany 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Norway and Sweden. . 

Spain 

Switzerland 

United States 

Other foreign coun- 
tries 



5,944,119 

5,795,933 

4,624 

9,839 

20,352 

. 77,785 

29,972 

4,554 

1 

1,060 

72,522,700 

278,768 

3,606,361 

4,569,060 

6,121,190 

546,264 

231,653 

525,974 

54,029; 

()98,312| 

590,056i 

53,600,2781 

1,700,755 



27,502,937 

25,905,721 

290,093 

294,917 

56,687 

955,519 



6,467,674 

6,332,175 

5,060 

12,616 

11,612 

60,127 

10,664 

34,135 

142 

1,143 

81,553,933 

230,896 

1,436,842 

5,546,876 

9,078,402 

513,279 

548,a51 

531,230 

56,078 

620,985 

746,989 

60,181,808 

2,061,697 



30,635,889 

28,730,389 

34,900 

420,980 

127,729 

1,321,891 



7,367,739 

7,046,411 

13,580 

96,742 

11,357 

56,407 

132,272 

9,131 

301 

1,538 
91,813,821 
315,799 
2,050,197; 
5,159,258: 
10,444,848: 
604,436; 
413,1441 
681,669} 
43,417 
749,074! 
924,641 
68,538,323 

1,889,1151 



37,614.505 

35,163,754 

645 

296,393 

591,506 

1,616,489 



45,n8 



I 



1 Included with Australia. 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



185 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

Cable lxxii. Imporbs of Canada by values entered for consumption from 

British Empire and foreign countries under the general, preferential 

and surtax tariffs in the five fiscal years 1901-1905 — concluded. 



Countries. 



1904. 



General. 



Preferen- 
tial. 



Surtax. 



1905. 



General. 



Prefepen- 
tial. 



Surtax. 



British Empire. . .totals 

Britain 

Australia 

British East Indies... 

BHtish Guiana 

British West Indies. . 

Hour Kong 

Newfoundland 

New Zealand ... 

Other Biitish posses- 
sions • 

Foreign countries. . totals 

Austria- Hungary 

Belgium 

France 

Germany 

Holland , 

Italy 

Japan.. . . 

Norway and Sweden.. 

Spain 

Switzerland 

United States.. .... 

Other foreign coun- 
tries 



6,163,548 

6,781,301 

21,350 

81,173 

9,887 

126,466 

118,548 

16,673, 

3,080| 

5,065i 

93,004,1701 

810,815 

1,573,195 

5,016,078 

2,183,582 

601,778 

354,598 

872,303 

47,670 

780,579 

1,360,?86 

77,390,807 

2,012,479 



44,765,253 
38,475,505 

349,233 

2,168,587 
3,596,313 



175,615 



685,759 
683,023 



2,736 

4,290,851 

. 2,199 

38,594 

40,225 

4,041,823 

3,889 

34 

47 

4 

37 

169 

162,973 

10,857 



$ 

45,893,728 



6,271,038 

5,895,9511 38,444,668 
29,688, 

47.873 540,923 

9,978 2,535,352 

152,638; 3,941,216 

118,359 



10^630 
5,274, 

7471 

92,899,245! 

646,042 

1,223,233 

5,327,170 

114,419 

588,025 

65*?,149 

975,949 

100,776 

687,232 

1,719,903 

78,640,884 

2,323,463 



6,033 
425,536 



9 

759,158 

758,908 

88 

9 

134 

19 



5,105,618 
13,724 
25,713 
18,792 

4,881,145 
1,888 

2 
906 

4,338 
156,556 

2,554 



TBE CANADA TEAK BOOi 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 
;. Debt of Canada, July 1, 1867 



Total debt. ToUl 



93,046,051 

112,361,998 
116,918,706 



12B.400.179 
129,713,432 
141,183,651 
161,663,402 
161,204,1388 
174,676,835 
•174,M7,2ra 
17H,483,»71 
194,634,411 
19fl,8«l,B37 
205,365.253 
202,159,104 
243,482.416 
264,703,607 
373,164,341 
873,187,626 
284,613,942' 
287,722,063 



332,630,131 

338,376, H84 
846,160,903 
346,206,980 
364,732,433 
366,358,477 
361,344,098 
364,963,61^ 
377,678,580 



17,817,410 
21.139.531 
36,603,679 
37,7at,964 
37,786,- - 
40.213,107 
29,«B4,970 



3S,6.%6,024 

36,663,174 
41,440,628 
34,596,199 

36.410,684 



00,320,566 
68.29ri.916 
50,005,234 
46.872,851 
49,982,484 
50,192,021 
48,579, 083 
62,090,199 
54,201,840 
58,373,486 
62,164.991 
04,973,828 
67,220,104 
70,991,635 
74,410,685 
78,387.456 
80,713,173 
. 86,252,429 
94,539,387 
99,737,109 
104,094,793 
111.454,413 



Nft debt. 




] 



DEPAItTUESTAL aTATlSTICS. 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



CIV. Summary of liabiliti&s of Canada, July 1, 1867 to Jui 
1905. 





funded debt 


notea. 


Pruvincial 


banka. 


OoinpeniHl- 


« 


f 


» 


1 


8 


a 


67,069, U6 


3,999,175 


3,113,700 


605,869 


1,422,517 


3,869.810 


6B.795.flM 


a, 1116,074 


3,796,000 


' 652,326 


1,686,126 


S,8t)0,8ia 


7B,8«.l76 


8,960.490 


4.830,000 


467,743 


3.463,119 


3,869,810 


76,8*7,176 


7,768,236 


7,479,363 


334„W 


3,367,073 


3,860,646 


7B,8ll,l(» 


7,828.461 


7,367,341 


U5,092 


4,515,446 


3Kii.oee 


76,4SG,im 


7,974,573 


10,610, -^41 


01,685 


5,187,586 


3,726,564 


78.137,716 


8,199,396 


U,2H4,132 


61,028 


6,119,691 


3.500,694 


SB, 708, MB 


8,914,614 


13,175,679 


47,013 


7,310,261 


3.476,822 


99,961,023 


8,;(lt8,909 


10,778,873 


44,666 


7,171,181 


83,5,478 


112,133.528 


8,123,051 


11,533.891 


43.2a 


7,044.118 


46II..S68 


122,477,(129 


8,30P,61!3 


10,680,493 


42,527 


7,470,631 


407,061 


121.244,416 


8,1I33,2SI 


10,4110.735 


41,846 


8,497,013 


400,427 


138,307.409 


9,!(im,7T8 


10.789,710 


41.397 


9.207.683 
11,052,956 


391,331 


U7,024,i583 


11,5! 15,100 


13,565.159 


41,0« 


385,840 


13B,«rt,083 


11,680,142 


14.538,965 


4U.810 


15.836,672 


394,596 


182,122,876 


10,901,006 


15,807,911 


40,695 


21,768,662 


344,936 


130.187.403 


5,!t34.40H 


15,9',)r,855 


40,359 


211,219,108 


300,086 


15S,1!7,09« 


21,988.66(i 


16,.1C0.281 


40,237 


29,217,537 


198,162 


154,105,123 


19,930,644 


16,633,256 


40,164 


32,979,076 


195,379 


172,247,083 


20,383,614 


16,297,453 


40,084 


37,173,814 


188,766 


171,675,736 


18,740,402 


15,069,836 


39,881 


40,832,275 


188,766 


lT6;il0i:776 


17,672,688 


16,249.319 


39.792 


41,371,058 


179,154 


188.239,436 


15.611, 362 


18,426,281 


39,768 


42,956,358 


181,776 


ia7.6lH.SDS 


13,674,428 


15,3,^7,893 


39,744 


41,012,465 


179,418 


1B8,040,134 


11,833,639 


16,176,317 


89,826 


39,400.026 


166.960 


198.604,342 


10.302, 5efl 


17,284699 


39,585 


39,639.548 


166,560 


201.615,481 


8,218,162 


18,448.494 


39,670 


41,849,656 


166,310 


207,275,506 


7,181.711 


20,061,719 


39,531 


43,036.013 


164,732 


218,22S.S04 


7,096,635 


19.520,233 


39.620 


44,450,499 


131.387 


218.225,504 


9,708,835 


30,372,315 


39,475 


46,799,319 


124,328 


218,225,504 


9,168,638 


3a,3H',096 


39,438 


48,i)34,976 


117.288 


237,968,837 


8,992,969 


22,178,194 


39,429 


50,111,119 


78,873 


227.SI58.837 


8,813,867 


24, 236,4(17 


39,439 


50,341.715 


78,798 


227,968,837 


8,67(1.765 


26, 014,024 


39,434 


53,149.722 


78,798 


227.058,837 


8.554,365 


27,l>Tl,4ri2 


39,420 


56,048.967 


78,039 


227,958,837 


9.007,614 


32,780,387 


39,407 


68,437,989 


76,263 


227,858,8.17 


8,886,981 


39,006.! 99 


39. W 


60,771,129 


76,262 


2u9,479,B19 


7,478,081 


41,574,783 


39,407 


62,158,460 


76,262 


209,620,23a 


7,450.949 


47,334,222 


39,407 


02,017,457 






188 TBE CAyiDA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Tablk Lxsiv. Summary of liabilities of Cansda, July 1. 1867 tn June :W, 
^ 1905— coil. 


Fiscal year. 


niry Icbda 


Trort 

funllB. 


PcovinCB 
lusjuunta. 


Mia- 


TquI 
liabilities. 


1B07 

1868 


• 

8,675,410 
a,224,;i64 

18,e86,B08 
1;B62;444 
1,241,000 

5,651 .4e» 

l,flj«,867 
7,786,667 

1,460,000 
3,433,333 

1.94e,e67 
4,866,067 

3,893,333 

4.866,667 
2,920,000 


6,408,780 

6:«4;79a 

6,477,618 
6.036,103 
6,596.678 
6,665.249 
.i.686.317 
e.762,847 
6,822.534 
6.fl8i;938 
6,899.347 
6,860,331 
6,834,177 
G,89J,453 
6,041, 14b 
6,999,035 
7,u03;i8S 
7,056,899 
7.041,841 
7,060,5^6 
7,080,836 
7,098,644 
7,200,386 
8,184.794 
N,2I7,993 
9,113,817 
10,111.141 
10.206.366 
10.263.694 
10.314.883 
10.409.788 
10.446,967 
10.600.277 
10.910.056 
iilsoslcu 
11,693,176 
13,181,524 
I6.1(B,439 
18,385,b24 


8 

2.573,293 

3,4B9,fa78 
4.664.6U 
6.234,169 

7,951,628 
10,319.741 
14.477,835 
I6.11SI.309 
14,984,382 
14.384.864 
13,910,660 
13,313,435 
12,608.298 
13,6(;'J,OH 
13,424.853 
12,696,072 
12,673.490 
14,286.699 
14,219,480 
17.310,531 
17,282,987 
17,194,048 
18,927,884 
16,1107.633 
16.907,414 
16,407,374 
16,407,360 
16,407.324 
16.407.032 
16.400.987 
1(1,406.721 
16,406,436 

iH!B72!e8; 

lfi.U73.077 
16.B73.R38 
6,523.165 
11.920.688 
11,920.668 


4 ' 

3.984.272 
4,227.344 

237.115 
2,363.307 

41331 .37( 

069.157 
2.B7C367 
693.679 
4,478,963 
5.206.836 
5,798.670 
5.U9S,U8 
2.603,271 
4,884,160 
4.013,313 
1,178,939 
1,572.787 
1,201.027 
1,036,908 
2,566,924 
1.238,812 
1.192,a63 
1,330,655 
3,626,783 
1,738,361 
1.542.787 
1.916.262 
1.779,324 
2.023.016 
2,183.171 
2,536.492 
2,626.767 
a.403,086 
9,792,470 
5,900.59 
11,263,136 
1&013.C68 


116.993,707 

IP 

HIS' 

2S4,613.Sli 
287,723,063 

iS;SS 

361.344.09S 
3B4,r63,6ia 


1670.. .» 

1 im.-.T. 


1873 

1874 

187t -. 

1876 

, 1877 

K:.::..:::::;:.:;:.:::::::; 












ffi::::::::: ;:;::•:;:::;;::; 






i^; 


isea 

U93 




1896 

1897 

k 18» 

1899 

1900 

IflOl 


1903 


1906 

1 - ' 


r 



DEPABTMSNTAL STATISTICS. 180 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 
e Lxxv. Suinmsry of assets of Canada, July 1, 1867 to Jane 30, 1905. 



Fiacal year. 


iundB. 


Other 
D.tnta. 


Provinoo 
WMOunts. 


celUneoui 


Total 




s 


< 


« 


1 


1 




1,207,223 


4.578,660 


10,046,534 


1.486,094 


17,317.410 




1,662,489 


4,573,967 


11,723,359 


3,279,726 


21,13.<),631 




I,9a9,296 


13,348,757 


14,776,812 


6,387,814 


36,602,679 




2,116.829 


11.125,437 


17.193,584 


7,349,114 


37,7F13,964 




2,637.4U5 


9,369,962 


19,126,631 


6.762,187 


37,786,166 




3.450,4n3 


7,468,892 


20,901.517 


8,392,21b 


40,213.107 




8,598,422 


6,717,694 


11,637,690 


10.041,164 


30.894.970 




4,112, S48 


6,813,665 


11,624.638 


10,888,03b 


32.838,687 




4,6«a,122 


7,119.181 


11,621,698 


13.346,023 


36.665,024 




5,491,076 


9,167,464 


11,974.808 


10,029.837 


36,663,174 




6,387,616 


7.7B6,874 


12,367,516 


14,898,621 


41,440,626 




7.m>,ws 


4,661,63b 


12,274,893 


10,368,400 


34,596,199 




B,fi.1l,665 


4,152,065 


13,030,019 


10,779,446 


36,493,684 




9,747.-173 


6,932,434 


13.635,092 


12,967,963 


42,182,862 




10,<«1(.626 


6.798,! 64 


13,314,115 


18,388,153 


441466,767 




12,190,732 


11,443,104 


ia,013,28b 


16,056,479 


51,703,801 




13,841.658 


7,860,896 


13,146,291 


9,753,546 


43.692,390 




14.202.158 


28,337.491 


7,499,069 


10.191.847 


60,330,666 




16.855.353 


34,497,966 


7,602,?24 


10,439,872 


68,296,915 




17,461,824 


8,249.817 


7,508,765 


16,786,088 


60.006, 2M 




19.064.977 


8,874,106 


7,618,402 


10,425,766 


45.872,861 




20.WI3.6M 


10,549,696 


7,546,150 


10,893.984 


49.982,484 




23.730.299 


9,749,155 


7,973.666 


9,739,011 


50,192,021 




24.617.536 


6,179,281 


9,412,337 


8.309.929 


48.579,083 




26,665,614 


6,199,581 


9,U1D,624 


9,424,480 


62,090,199 




28.683,476 


6,179,536 


10,412.417 


10,026,411 


64.201,840 




30,67e,»>g 


6,363,138 


10,921,106 


11,510,252 


58,373,485 




32.356,777 


6,263,138 


10,917,866 


13,627,223 


62,164.994 




34,369,088 


6.487.462 


10,923,487 


14,2a'i,7?0 


64,973,827 




36,414,376 


6.077.028 


10,586,399 


14,141.701 


67,220,104 




38,816,189 


6,261,628 


10,606.(B2 


15,807,765 


70,991.534 




40,876.168 


6,371.628 


10,603,211 


16,668,688 


74,418,585 




43,3'i8.643 


6,3n.628 


10,671,783 


18,485,602 


78.887,466 




45,824,282 


6,769,628 


10,718,484 


17.400.879 


80.713,173 




48,3Ul,S19 


7,062,836 


10,718,474 


20J66,500 


86,262,429 




50,874,000 


7,508,077 


10,718.461 


25,428,849 


94,529,387 




63,494,688 


8.428,962 


4,14 ,218 


33,669,341 


99.737.109 




44.770,876 


13,801,928 


4.119,692 


41,402,398 


104,094,794 




47,033,494 


12.691,310 


4.048.796 


47,681,813 


111,454.413 



190 , 


THE CA?fADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 






Table lxxti. Aggregate rece 


ipts of Canada 1868-1905. 






Conwili- 
dated fund 








Diffenmceof 






Other 


Total 


Sinking 






Fisol year. 


receipt*. 


receipts. 


funds. 


Binkinghmd. 






t 


« 


• 


S 


• 




186S 


13,687,028 




13,687,928 


366,267 


^M 




1869 


14,379,176 




14,370,175 




102,181 




1870 


15,.=i 12.226 


27,i31 


15,530,667 




2,360,48 




1871 


10,335,661 


39.476 


19.375,037 


421,666 


+503,286 




1872 


20,714,814 




20,714,814 


470.607 


4,480,gH 




1878 


20.813,460 


167,123 


2O,i)70,601 


407,827 


17,681,390 




im 


24,205.093 


302.660 


24.507,li53 


513.920 


8,476,(03 




1876 


24,648,716 


1,000 


24,649,724 


665,773 


7,6»3,414 




1876 


22,687,587 


4,468 


23,502.066 


822,953 


8,643,186 




1877 


22,059,274 


8G8,4H6 


22,927.760 


896,440 


8,603,796 




1878 


22^76,012 

22.617.382 


31.245 


22,406,257 


1,012,763 


7,136,761 




1879 


4,003,143 


27,020,535 


1.131,206 


2.H2S,1i: 




1880 


2.'S,3U7,407 


57,140 


23,3 ^,647 


1,215,808 


0.461,401 




1881 


29,636,293 




29,(«B,298 


1,217.153 


3,94iU 




1882 


33,383,460 


1,790,093 


36,182,549 


1.2-6,206 


4-1,734.130 




1888 


36,7H660 


l,IKW,Oie 


36,803,669 


1,290,163 


4,80&,I1M 




188* 


31,861,062 


05.3,264 


32.81.5,236 


1,360,500 


23,896,131 




1885 


32,797.001 


B67,040 


.■a,.'»4,041 


1,663,195 


14,245.84J 




1886 


33.177,040 


302,843 


33,479,88^ 


1,606, -.fl-l 


26.751,416 




1887 


35.764,993 


538 


36,766,531 


1,602,963 


4,1K1,« 


1888 


36.008.464 




36,908,464 


1,B.'W,078 


7.2MSSIB 


1880 


38,783.870 




a8,78a,870 


1,736.644 


2.998,681 


1890 


30,870,926 




3H,S?9,026 


1,887,237 


M70 


1891 


38,670,311 




38,679,311 


1,938.079 


276,819 


1893 


36,021,M72 




36,921,872 


2,027.861 


3.32^404 


1893 


38,168,601) 


40,000 


38,203,600 


2,005,614 


M9.60e 


1891 


36,374,603 


190 


36,374,883 


2,131,361 


4,901,990 


189B 


33,078.120 




33,!I78,I29 


2.002,311 


6,891,8!18 


1896 


36.S18,BU1 




36,618,591 


3.055,288 


6,4a2;!W 


1897 


37,829,778 




37,820,778 


2,101.814 


3.041.1S4 


1898 


40.565,238 


1,272 


40,666,610 


2,369,969 


2.417.8(8 


1890 


46.741,230 


1,853 


46,743,103 


2.482,485 


2.317.04* 


IBOO 


61,020.994 


1,473 


61.131,467 


2,465,640 


+779.640 


1901 


52.514,701 


1,632 


62.610,333 


2,480,337 


»3 


1902 


58.06u,7»0 


1.&43 


58,062.3a3 


2,560,381 


1003 


66,037,060 


3,311.015 


69,348.084 


2,020,588 


+ 10.222,101 


100* 


70,860.817 


9,434 


7O,fi70,261 


2,315,066 


+738.K0 


1006 


71,182,773 


3,300 


71.1M6,073 


2.261,618 


6,356.448 





DEPAJCTMESTAL STATISTICS. 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 
Tablb lssvii. Aggregate expenditure of Canada 1866-I90S. 



Jy«Lr. 


fund. 


Expenditure 

0h.^^4blt to 

capital. 


for 
raitnr 

autaiditB. 


Olhei 


ToUl 
exptmdituM. 




« 


« 


1 


« 


« 




13,4fl6,OaS 


54H,438 


_ 


37,1G8 


14,071.689 




14,038,«S4 


440,418 




429,664 


14,908.166 




14,346,610 


3.515,116 




156.986 


18,016.614 




15,623.081 


.1,070,397 






19,293478 




17,589,469 


7.863,050 




228,466 


25,606,976 




19,174,648 


19.859,441 




6,719 


89,039,808 




23,316,317 


10,177.740 




4,019 


33,488,076 




23,n3,071 


6,922,742 




2,253,098 


32,888,911 




24,488.372 


7,164,008 




316,761 


31,968,144 




23,519,302 


7,599,710 




1,388,984 


32,507,996 




23,503,158 


6,657,200 




386,413 


30;616;771 




24,466,882 


6.648,332 






30,779,939 




24,850,634 


8,241,174 




949.948 


34,041,766 




25,602,664 


8,170,316 




117,772 


33,796.642 




27.067,104 


7.406,637 




201,884 


34,fi7 1.626 




28,730,157 


14,147,360 




21.369 


42,898,886 




31,107.706 


23,977,702 
13,220,186 


208,000 


2,667,463 


67.860,861 




35.037,060 


403,246 


503,608 


49,163,078 




39,011,612 


9.689,734 


2,701,249 


10,534.974 


61,837,669 




36,657,680 


4,439,939 


1,406,633 




41,604,152 




36.718,496 


7,102,964 


1,027.042 


156,623 


46,064,124 




36,917.836 


4,420,314 


846,722 


1,333.327 


43,518,198 




35,904,031 


4.063,159 


1,678, 190 


44,^47 


41,77 0,333 




36.343,668 


3,116,8«0 


1,266,706 


68,074 


40,793,208 




36,765.894 


2,164.467 


1,248,216 


2,093,569 


42.272,]J16 




36,814.053 


3,08h,318 


811.394 


13^963 


40,863,728 




37, 85,026 


3,862,970 


1,229,885 


330,353 


43.008,234 




38,132,005 


3,030,490 


1.310.649 


399.294- 


42.872,3S8 




Sfi.949.142 


3,781,311 


3,228,745 


137.186 


44.096,384 




38,349,7811 


3,523,160 


416,966 


682,881 


42.972,766 




38,832,626 


4,143.603 


1,414,935 


94.S,317 


46.334,281 




41,903,501 


5,936,343 


3.201,220 


501,571 


61,64i,636 




42,976,28(1 


7.468,843 


726,720 


1,647.624 


62,717,467 




46,866,308 


7,695,488 


2,512,329 


908.681 


67.982,866 




60,769,392 


10,078.638 


2.093.939 


1,0.<8,8S1 


63,970,800 




51,691,!)03 


7.062,726 


1,403222 


1,638,722 


61.746.672 




65,012,833 


7,881.719 


2,046,878 


6,713,618 


72.265,048 




63,319,683 


11,933,492 


l,276,aw 


2,275,334 


78,804,139 



^^■B THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 


^ 


I 


w 


FVBhlC ACC0UKT8 






^V Table lxxviii. Ke<«ipts of Canada on 




ount ; al 


■ ■" 


plus and deficit in years lS6iS-1905. 




m^... 


froni t»«ea. 'sJI„^ 


Total 


SnrpluB 


Deficit: 




• 


• 


« 


« 


M 


1868. 


ii,7iM),esi 


1.987,247 


13.687.928 


201,83< 


■ 


186B. 


11,U2,S73 


3,266,602 


14.379,176 


341,0n 




^KWD. 


13,087,883 


2,424.343 


1^512,2a6 


1,166.716 


^^ 


^■iUTl. 


16.320,369 


3.016,192 


19.3^,661 


3,712,479 




^^B 


17,716,653 


2,m.m 


20,714.814 


3,125.345 




^BUT3. 


17.616,565 


3,190,914 


3ii,eia,4«9 


1.638,822 




^FiB74. 


20,190,186. 


4,075,907 


24,205.093 


888.77*. 




^^ 187B 


20,6(54,879 


3,983,836 


2i 648,715 


935,644 




1876. 


18.614,416 


3.973.172 


22.687,687 




1,900, 


1877 


17,697,926 


4,361,319 


22,069,274 




1.4m 


1878 


17.841.938 


4,533,074 


22,875.012 




1.138, 


1870 


18,47(1,613 


4,040,769 


22,517,382 




1.9!T, 


188U 


18,479,677 


4,827,830 


23,307,407 




x«i 


1881 


231942:139 


5,603,159 


29,636.298 


4.132,748 




18S2 


27,5I!),047 


5,834,409 


.13,383.466 


6,316,353 






29.269,698 


6,524,951 


35,794,660 


7.064,492 




1884:;:::""::::;:":;::;. 


25,483.199 


6,378,763 


31,861.962 


754,256 




18b6 


26,384,529 


7,412,472 


32.797.001 




2.2« 


1888. 


25.236,466 


7,960,584 


33,177,040 




filSH 


1887 


28.687,002 


7,067,091 


36.754.093 


97,313 




1888 


28,177,413 


7.731,061 


35.908,464 




8UI,< 


IBBB 


30,613,623 


8,169,.347 


38,782,870 


1,865,035 




1890. 


31,587.072 


8.292,853 


39,679,9^ 


3.885,894 




1891 


30,314,161 


8.266,160 


38,679,311 


2.235.743 




lC9a 


28.446,168 


8,476,714 


36,921,871 


156.977 




1893 


29,321.367 


8,847,242 


38,168,609 


1,354, Wb 




1894. 


27,679,203 


8,796,490 


36.374,«93 




i,inj 


1896. 


25,446,199 


8,631,930 


33.978,129 




4,ia 


1S96 




8,859,306 


36,618,591 




3^ 


1S97 


28,648,826 


9,181,153 


37,829,778 




51ft 


1898. 


29,576,456 


10,978.782 


40.555,238 


1,722,712 




189U 


JM, 968,069 


n.7B3.m 


46,741.250 


4,837.749 




1900 


38,242,223 


12,787,771 


51.029,1.94 


8,054,714 




WOL 


38,743,550 


13,771,151 


52,614,701 


5.648,3.13 




1902.. _ 


43,389,112 


14,661,678 


68,WfO,790 


7,291,398 




1903 


49,016,506 


1T,021,M3 


66,037,069 


14,346,166 




1904 


53,661.319 


17.008.498 


70,669,817 


16,056,984 




1906 


54,020.124 


17,162,649 


71,182,773 


7,863,090 


f 


^^^bi^ 






d 


1 


^^^^^. 






S 


■ 



DSPABTMStlTAL STATIBTICB. 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 
B Lxsix. Szpenditora of Canada on eansolidat 



— 


"ir- 


Snbsidim to 


SInkiDB 


CfdleodoQof 


Other 


TolHl 






fund." 






es penditim. 


1 e 


t 


S 


9 


« 


$ 


4,860,768 


2,753,966 


SM,267 


1,886,804 


8,630,298 


13,486,093 


5,372,670 


2,604,050 


426,807 


2,176,071 


3,459,486 


14,038,084 


, .' 5,387,064 


2,588,605 


126.533 


2,351,726 


3,891,593 


14,346,510 


5,591,0511 


2,024,940 


42i.e«; 


2,388,369 


4,596,158 


16.623,082 


5,603.643 


2,930,113 


470,607 


2,912,107 


6,672,999 


17.689,469 


5,387.850 


2,921,400 


407.827 


3,633,162 


6,824.419 


19,174,648 


.; 5,989,121 


3.752,767 


613,920 


5,019,139 


8,041,380 


23,316,317 


. 1 6.817,991 


3,750.962 


655.773 


4.904,876 


7,683,470 


23,713,071 


. . i S,e09,051 


3,890,366 


822,953 


5,009,081 


8.366,932 


21,488,372 


. . 1 7,005,103 


3.655,851 


828,374 


5,285,419 


6,744,555 


23,519,303 


..1 7.2«J.970 


3.472,808 


945,746 


6,388,753 


6,454,881 


23,503,158 


! 7,472,658 


3,442,764 


1,037,220 


6.662,935 


6,849.805 


24,466,382 


.,' 8,062,964 


3,430,846 


1,166,807 


B.374.917 


6.816,050 


21,860,834 


. 1 7,819,589 


3,455,518 


1,250,731 


5,750.899 


7.225,817 


25,502,564 


7,935,»48 


3,530,999 


1290,726 


6,097,969 


8,211,563 


27,067,104 


7.902,722 


3,606,673 


1,3J4,137 


6.788,602 


9,138,123 


28,730,167 


. , 1 7.930.086 


3,603,714 


1.403.864 


7,049,625 


11,137.417 


31,107,706 


.. 9,806,978 


3,959.327 


1,482,051 


7.372,603 


12.416,101 


35,087,060 


. ' 10,483,930 


4,182,626 


1,606,271 


7,808,761 


14,930,134 


39,011,612 


9,970,671 


4,169,341 




8.376,02? 


11,148,688 


35,657.680 


. 1 I0,16«i,905 


4,188,514 


i;939,07f 


8.789,764 


11,634,234 


36,718.495 


. 1 10.422.522 


4,051,428 


1,736,644 


8.873,339 


11,833,902 


36,917,835 


..1 9,887,250 


3,S04,922 


1.887.237 


9,182,941 


11,131,681 


36,994,031 


9,846,205 


3,903,757 


1,938.079 


9,453,320 


11,202,a7 


36,343.568 


9.947,916 


3,936,914 


3,027.861 


9,426,067 


11,428,130 


36,765,894 


10,020,682 


3.935,765 


2,095,514 


8,993,926 


11,768,167 


36,814,063 


10.393.572 


4,206.665 


2,131,361 


9,132,616 


11,720,822 


37.686,026 


10,746,246 


4,250,674 


2,002,311 


9,129,416 


12,004.359 


38,132,005 


' 10.761.006 


4,236,664 


2,056,288 


9,291,169 


10,616,016 


38,919,142 




10.960,977 


4,238.069 


2,101,814 


9.3.'i6.916 


11,711,994 


38,349,760 




10,716,646 


4,237,372 


2,369,969 


9,489,664 


12,048,876 


38,832,626 




11.028,369 


4,2.'i0.63b 


2,482.485 


9.837,463 


14.304,658 


41,903,601 




10,873.67.1 


4,250,008 


2,465,640 


11,044.526 


14.340,833 


42,975,280 




10,970,783 


4,250,607 


2,480,337 


12,503,249 


18,661,392 


46,866,368 




11,186.800 


4,402,098 


2.(>69,381 


13,0«7,864 


19,593,249 


50.759,392 




11,297.812 


4,402,603 


2,620.588 


14,04 ,041 


19,.S29,y.59 


51,691,903 




11,410,881 


4,402,292 


2,315,066 


16,593,521 


21,691,073 


66.612,833 




10,906,187 


4,516,039 


2;361,618 


17,593,437 


28.042,402 


63,319,683 



TEE CASADA THAR BOOK 1966. 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

consolidatad fund acconii 



Table lxxx. Summary receipts of Canada 
1868-1901. 




DSFAXTMSSTAL BTATIBTIOB. 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



D consolidated fnnd account 



A 


OuUera' fees. 


Dominion 
landa. 


Dominion 


Eleotno 


Fines, 
forCeituraB 

and 
wizurea. 


FisberieB. 


_- 


» 


S 


S 


• 


« 


• 




69,797 


_ 


_ 


_ 


30,308 


19,567 




68,377 








30,650 


13,684 




69.476 








41,681 


16,622 




61,197 








47,877 


12,409 




76,«66 








48,331 


10,468 




81,033 


2«,239 


24,733 




17,850 


10,338 




92,772 


29,981 


12,449 




14,296 


14,013 




78,966 


27.641 


2,975 




20,432 


14,764 




57,126 


■ 8.646 


12,440 




10.830 


13,571 




74,216 


3,800 


6,509 




16,779 


13,365 




63,621 


19,425 


2,286 




26.664 


14.113 




24,719 


23,628 


1,612 




32,149 


17,738 




27.093 


120,479 


6.282 




60,778 


19,423 




36.177 


131,124 


7,050 




38,217 


24.697 




45,753 




16,745 




. 17,677 


A687 




40.163 




7,327 




27.186 


21,337 




37,063 




8,699 




41,27d 


20,006 




21,733 




20.fl08 




51,848 


26,628 




27,141 




5,617 




99,237 


26,088 




23.203 


191.782 


8,701 




19,737 


25,048 


16,827 


217.083 


9,164 




12,292 


44,098 


20,883 


237,821 


16,367 




18,576 


5<1,426 


' 18,224 


320,141 


10,722 




68,278 


69,643 


16,733 
14.aS7 


264,592 


16.011 




2,430 


70,794 


322,796 


7.255 




9,587 


62,786 


, - 10,M5 


285.096 


I6,oor 




82,635 


111,540 


I2,»i6 


210.096 


14,639 




12,340 


79,602 


7,10T 


167.870 


9.636 




22,469 


94,970 


11,405 


166,266 


11,414 


8,06b 


2,993 


HK,833 


10.428 


172.614 


9,98a 


6,805 


21,037 


109,4«!1 


16,767 


975,792 


8,860 


9408 


32,987 


113,108 


u;827 


1,632,691 


12,580 


11,378 


38,414 


8^6os 


. ,. 8,16a 


1,388,024 


13,468 


14,367 


26,982 


88,306 


8,371 


1.617,320 


19,527 


15,363 


gs,m 


88,146 


11,200 


1,227,977 


11,308 


21,429 


4U,H26 


79,170 


7,273 


1,695.&91 


16,08e 


23.87| 


69,848 


78,636 


8,448 


1.443,023 


21,402 




40,ai9 


96,757 


8.2ia 


1,292,301 


30,245 


S7'.W 


53,919 


90,988 



3^—T.B. 



^HlM 




THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. ^ 


1 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 






^H Table lsxx. Nummary receipts of Canada on consolidated fund acnio 






1868-1905— 


con. 






^H fiscal 
^H year. 


and la* 


Interest 


cTenoe. 


Militia. 


Mi8- 






9 


9 


« 


« 


9 


1 


^B 1S68 




174,073 




26,156 


3,377 


4i 


^H 1S69 




834,424 




12 


005 


8.082 


1 


^H 1870 




383,956 




16 


536 


18,421 




^M 1871. .. . 




554,384 




7 


394 


53.013 


S 


^H 1672 




488,042 






967 


80,681 


i 


^H 1873 




3!»e.404 




18 


406 


66,909 


s 


^H 1874 








43 


757 


04,674 


a 


^H 1876 




840,887 




12 


137 


54,459 




^H 1870 




798,90fi 




24; 346 


38,013 




^H 1S77 


3.371 


717,684 


7.422 


12,827 


61,16q 




^H 1678 


3,776 


791,758 


235 


12.796 


22.877 




^1 1879 


3,172 


592.500 


(1.134 


16,031 


15.328 




^H isno 


3,395 


834,793 


a,ooe 


20.56B 


32,07 




^B 1881 


2,530 


751,513 


9,018 


19,240 


15,004 


1 




3,772 


914,009 


9,315 


18,580 


9,178 




^B i8)s!!!!!:; 


3,798 


1,001,IH3 


?,301 


16,081 


9,412 




^B 18^ 


7,Hi7 


886,898 


9.855 


,22,212 


9.873 




^H 18SS. .. . 


8,079 


1.997.035 


9,716 


18,941 


9.032 




^H i88i; 


9,006 


2,299,079 


10,198 


24.332 


9,573 




^H 1887 


8,161 


«yO,BH7 


8,386 


23,429 


10,936 




^H 1888 


9.409 




9,702 


20,720 


10,330 




^M 1889 


12,247 


1,306,392 


7,769 


33,713 


10,831 




^B 1890 


12,233 


1,082.271 


7,707 


43,209 


7.348 




^H isei 


10,544 


1,077,228 


7,694 


43,368 


9,310 




^H 1892 


13,177 


1,086.420 


7,914 


40,373 


8.969 




^H 1803. 


18,165 


1.150,167 


8,126 


42,585 


10,028 




^m im 


20.749 


1.217,809 


8,978 


42,527 


11,642 




^B 18S5 


23,561 


1,336,047 


0.794 


S9,115 


11.148 




^B 1806. . . . 


23.447 


1,370,001 


9,936 


42,717 


22,412 




■^ 1897 


21.559 


1,443,004 


10,184 


40,363 


12,897 




I8fl8 


21,616 


1,513,465 


10.575 


36.916 


12,813 




1899 


22,893 


1,590.448 


10,656 


72,964 


8,931 




1900 


25.836 


1,683.051 


10,902 


47.765 


8,086 




1901 


27,290 


1,784.83.1 


11,358 


17,694 


11,889 




1902 


28.297 


1(893.224 


12,844 




11,310 




1903 


45.290 


2,020,953 


13,485 


4i;792 


13,075 


1904 


43,901 


2,236.266 


11.628 


43.217 


10,708 




190B. . .. 

IP 


49,142 


2,105,031 


15,729 


16,167 


17.592 

i 


i 





r 


DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS 


^^ 


197 


■ l 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 






Lxxx. Sumiuary receipts of Canada un conao!idat«d fund account 




1868^1905- 


on. 








Pktent f«eL 


Peniben- 
tiariffi. 


Pwt 


Public 


PnmiuDi 

uid 
discount. 


inspection. 




» 


« 


t 


« 


« 


« 




8,948 


64,041 


625,602 


901,466 




6,688 




13.W1 


76,980 


535,816 


918,933 


608.510 


11,915 




13,822 


93,561 


673,566 


1,006.845 


14,534 


9,370 




14.073 


124,818 


612,631 


1,146,240 


93,020 


10,693 




13,076 


108,132 


692,375 


1,211,729 


34.078 


10,861 




38,334 


08,088 


833,667 


1,310.636 


63.477 


18,284 




29,916 


95,067 


1,139,973 


1,609,915 


4,968 


15.108 




34,872 


97,073 


1,155,332 


1,432,360 


13.415 


16,144 




35,87 


96,409 


1,103,540 


1,479,232 


32,636 


13,769 




33.583 


98,753 


1,114,946 


1,917,466 




16,SS0 




36,111 


35,784 


1,207.790 


3,034,484 




12,432 




30.062 


63,116 


1.173.418 


1,863,149 


461 


12.331 




38,441 


31,604 


1.262, 498 


2,167,401 


778 


13,762 




48,333 


30,344 


1,362,110 


2,769,591 


90,885 


13,963 




B8.770 


24,226 


1.587.888 


2.711,134 


64,991 


16,278 




Ii4,562 


23,167 


1.800.391 


3.101,138 


B3:363 


12:677 




73,040 


17,849 


1,765,874 


3.056,792 


52.414 


16,372 




«6,17a 


13,469 


1,841.372 


3,065,503 


16,444 


12,948 




70.246 


17.882 


1,901,690 


3,082,411 


70,314 


18,836 




76.394 


19.863 


2.020,024 


3,270.782 


40,509 


12.701 




72,105 


9,645 


2,379,242 


3.656.101 


47,016 


12,660 




77,041 


10,807 


3,220.504 


3,042,567 


77,398 


12,634 




89,1M 


14,568 


2,357,389 


3,SOO,110 


118,603 


19,930 




90,087 


13,069 


2,616,823 


3,685,630 


118,352 


21,239 




83,972 


0,156 


2,862,746 


3,676.168 


141,080 


21,170 




87,182 


10,321 


2.773.608 


3,761,474 


126,926 


26,284 




83.104 


11,182 


2,809,341 


3,702,746 


151.071 


24.886 




94,003 


24,624 


2,792,790 


.^691,689 


18.878 


23,003 




98,866 


42,493 


2.964.014 


3,694,264 


3,162 


23.934 




110,009 


83,808 


3.2U2.938 


3,687,166 


34,264 


26,03* 




112,084 


76,588 


3,527,810 


3,873,464 


191,660 


Sl,62e 




116,322 


46,683 


3,193,778 


4,433,934 


186.831 


34,891 




121.431 


68,831 


3,205,535 


5,232,459 


162,187 


34,840 




130,894 


30,211 


.?, 441,606 


6,770,071 


64,922 


33,877 




140,960 


73,601 


3,918,416 


6,447,983 


89,2.18 


38,459 




163,372 


39,638 


4,397.833 


7,088,602 


129,609 


28,888 




182.715 


72,863 


4,652.325 


6,972,219 


77.316 


10,813 




166,756 


65,880 


5.126,373 


7.396,377 


40,36« 


6,170 


Itk 


ing milwsya 


uidciuuJs. 


■ 


L 




. 



1< 



TBE CAlfADA YBAB BOOS J90S. 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



1870. , . 
1871... 
1872... 
1873... 
187*..- 



49,471 
63,314 

H.757 
34,630 
3a.B79 
38,476 
40,8!)0{ 
41,857 
41,969 
43,632 
44,996 
46,426 
46,372 
ei,S82 
62,701 



64,433 

63,976 
63,276 
61,391 
69,218 
45,643 
39,647 
61.B76 
60,476 
4S,298 
47,402 
46,618 
46,937 



11.819 
21,400 
23.191 



28,660 
26,620 

26,4(19 



21,610 
27,375| 
21,240 



21,073 

19,086 
17,817 
7,649 
8,716 



33,742 

38,363 
41,733| 



37,767: 
42,472, 
49.771i 
45,916. 
47.fi32i 
48,667 
38.9961 
40,848 



57,2BS 
69,946 
59,734 
65.S54 
64,853 
61,785 
68,372 



34,377 
37.810 
36, Ml 



63,524 

54.351 

raiOis' 



_j,s,'u,sa 

.Ua79,3U 
36,921,979 
38,168,4 
86.374,8 
33.978,1 
311,618^ 
37,BS,T 



51,039,8 

52,a« 

S8,«6li; 



k 



DEPARTMEVTAL STATISTICS. 



199 



BLE LXXXI. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Sam Diary expenditure on consolidated fund account 

1868-1905. 



Fi&cal year. 



Charges on public debt. 



Interest on 
debt. 



Chargers of 
manage- 
ment. 



Premium, 
discount and 
exchange, j 



Sinking 
fund. 



s 


$ 


$ 


$ 


4,501,568 


285,513 


73,677 


356,267 


4,907,014 


397,401 


68,256 


426,807 


5,047,054 


332,.599 


7,400 


126,533 


5,165,304 


396,037 


30,618 


421,666 


5,257,231 


293,523 


52,890 


470,607 


5,209,206 


172,981 


5,663 


407,827 


5,724,436 


5>58,004 


26,681 


613,920 


6,590,790 


197,839 


29,362 


555,773 


6,400,902 


189,597 


18,552 


822,953 


6,797,227 


183,544 


24,331 


828,374 


7,048,884 


189,567 


2,520 


945,746 


7,194,734 


275,.^59 


2,364 


1,037,220 


7,773,869 


245,731 


43,354 


1,165,867 


7,594,145 


218,307 


7,137 


1,250,731 


7,740,804 


191,075 


3,969 


1,290,725 


7,668,553 


194,256 


39,914 


1,344,137 


7,700,181 


179,767 


50,139 


1,403,864 


9,419,482 


232,641 


154,854 


1,482,051 


10,137,009 


282,391 


64,530 


1,606,271 


9,682,929 


195,759 


91,983 


1,592,953 


9,823,313 


205,363 


138,229 


1,939,078 


10,148,932 


202,276 


71,314 


1,736,644 


9,656,841 


186,337 


44,072 


1,887,237 


9,584,1.37 


184,711 


77,357 


1,938,079 


9,763,978 


176,037 


7,901 


2,027,861 


9,806,888 


212,691 


1,103 


2,095,514 


10,212,596 


166,444 


14,531 


2,131,361 


10,466,294 


162,590 


116,360 


2,002,311 


10,502,430 


166,315 


82,260 


2,055,288 


10,645,663 


196,221 


119,093 


2,101,814 


10,516,758 


152,880 


47,007 


2,359,969 


10,855,112 


160,003 


13,254 


2,482,485 


10,699,645 


174,02S 


53,166 


2,465,640 


10,807.9.55 


162,828 


39,033 


2,480,337 


10,975,935 


210,865 


52,385 


2,569,381 


11,0(W,139 


229,673 


1 65,295 


2,620,588 


11,128,637 


282,244 


6,740 


2,315,066 


10,630,115 


276,072 


^ 


2,261,618 



Total 
charges. 



$ 

5,216,025 

5,799,478 

6,613,686 

6,013,625 

6,074,261 

5,796,677 

6,503,041 

7,373,764 

7,432,044 

7,833,476 

8,186,717 

8,509,877 

9,228,821 

9,070,320 

9,226,573 

9,246,860 

9,333,951 

11,289,028 

12,090,201 

11,563.624 

12,105,983 

12,159,166 

11,774,487 

11,784,284 

11,975,777 

12,116,196 

12,524,932 

12,747,555 

12,806,293 

13,062,791 

13,076,614 

13,510,854 

13,392,479 

13,490,153 

13,808,566 

13,983,695 

13,732,687 

13,167,805 



200 




THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905 
PUBI.IC ACCOUNTS. 






K 


Table lsxxi. Summary ex 


penditur's 


an consolidated fund account | 


F= 




1868-1905— 


con. 












Collection of revenuu. 






I 


i.,^1 














Adultara- 


Culling 


CuBtoniH, 


Dominion 


Biciaf. 


Inipectim 




tioD at food 


timber. 


lands. 


o(,»pl« 




» 


3 


S 


S 


3 


' 


1S68 




69,431 


477;504 




78.9.W 




ism 




67,089 


496,050 




109,415 




1870 




74.097 


505,109 




119,461 




H iBn 




62,130 


500,441 


14,244 


129,564 




1W2 




66.l!97 


528,736 


200.620 


143,732 




1873 




69,692 


567,765 


337,676 


171,716 




' 1874 




82.8841 


727,629 


282,696 


206,935 




187B 




81,966 


682,674 


186,219 


199,264 


1,IBI 


1S7« 


::.:' W 


66,697 


721,000 


212,841 


218,360 




1875 


4,903 


68,172 


731,605 


90,622 


211,157 




1678 


5,965 


49,940 


714,628 


87,629 


215,034 


1.! 


1S79 


fjsx 


44.670 


719,711 


91,773 


211,066 


1 


1S80 


8^; 




716,126 


14 ,803 


219,285 


i 


1881 


8,149 


5i;080 


717,704 


6,746 


247,577 


i 


1S82 


9,»68 


61,361 


733,914 




280.574 




1883 


9,722 


56,229 


757,Z46 


115,747 


278.911 


4 


1884 


U,7B4 


54,866 


798,838 


166,899 


303,617 


i 


1885 


14,948 


60,580 


791,638 


178,727 


309.268 


ISHi 


. ... 13,624 


49,285 


800,107 


194,966 


310,022 


w 


1887 


21,384 


61,120 


819,132 


195,726 


344,691 


1,8 




25,622 


49.696 


851,026 


184,548 


373,348 


uw 


188!l 


23:668 


48,308 


864,690 


188,759 


362,833 


Sot 


1800 


23.259 


30,781 


873,400 


173.B74 


362.9B6 


2,0 


18&I 


S4,7M 


28, (W) 


900,492 


168,483 


378.337 


ts 


1862 


23.388 


26,143 


904,800 


132.307 


400,060 


%i 


1893 


24,260 


27,629 


901,946 


136.179 


387,673 




1894 


24,007 


25,281 


921,040 


133,306 


484.950 


s 


18SS 


.. ,. 24,284 


2.^,299 


917,632 


129,728 


171,866 




18D6 


24,313 


17,237 


396,332 


119,908 


470.870 




1887 


34.009 


16,819 


945.245 


111,416 


464,427 


S.9 


868 


24,940 


19,246 


971,320 


91,29fl 


468,330 


Im 


1899 


.... 23.133 


17,601 


1,037,636 


92,914 


464,620 


u 


900 


. .. . 21.577 


17,403 


1,071.222 


104.979 


468,994 


ia.» 


901 


. . 24,991 


18,448 


1,123,817 


133.417 


468,383 


14,! 


1902 


24,957 


17,101 


1,176,024 


158,844 


463,405 


13,SU 


1903 


19,841 


16.378 


1,229.029 


186,356 


478.984 


M% 


1904 


20,096 


14,722 


1,367.184 




522,361 


73,1 


1905 


21,359 


13,913 


1,468,093 


276.982 


5J7,ai4 


<l^«tl 


i ^. 



DBFARTMBSTAL STATISTICS. 2( 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

I consolidated fund account 
—con. 





Collection of revenue. 


xaJyaar. 










Weight., 






Minor 


Poit 
ofttce. 


Publio Rail^ys 


Trwie 
and com 
meroe. 


ineaeurt*, 
trie ligfats. 


Total 




, ' > 


S 


» 


e 


» 


« 




16,812: 616,803 


44,783 


381,603 






xMm 




21,778: 787,880 


51,039 
68,S60 


641.814 






2,178,071 




32,804: 808.«M 


743,670 






2,361,724 




35,437' 816,471 


78,300 


762, n2 






2,388.369 




39,370 1*29,609 92,207 


913,236 






2,912,107 




22,262 1,067,866 


118,022 


1,378.164 






3,633,152 




11,371 1,337,370 


128,860 


2,ai0,830 






5,088,467 




23,867 1,520,861 


157,681 


1.981,893 




69,970 


4,904,876 




20,024 1,622,827 


147,216 


1,^,283 




99,785 


6,009,081 




20,181 1,706,312 


112,486 


2.239,346 




111,086 


6.285,419 




21,786 1,721,939 


97,124 


2.374,314 




96,485 


5,388.763 




27,888: 1,731.424 


110.618 


2,670,361 




84,005 


5,652,935 




28,733, 1,818,271 


103,170 


2,226,466 




60.567 


6,374,917 




3,676' l,H7fi,6fl8 


99,»48 


2,603,717 




74,171 


5,750,899 




6,916 1,980,667 


137,680 


2,766,833 




69.323 


6,097,969 




5,4tt! 2,176,089 


117,411 


3.117,465 




73,777 


6,738,502 




6,665 3,S12,i«B 


180,BS9 


3,122,103 




83,523 


7,042,628 




4,818 2,488,316 


180,361 


3.268,222 




84,978 


7,373,601 




69,994' 2,763,136 


191,836 


3,339,670 




84,361 


7,808,751 




190,8161 2,818,907 


173,613 


3,673,894 




85.493 


8,376,027 




io,aoB 


8,889,729 


1.')J.187 


4,I60,5S3 




88.618 


8,789,703 




4,112 


2,982,321 


21B.086 


4,096,301 




85,990 


8,873,338 




8490 


3,074,470 


186,316 


4,362.200 




88,383 


9,182,940 




6,042 


3,161,676 


106,680 


4,606,616 




92,039 


9,453,320 




8,530 


3,316,120 


190,381) 


4,337,877 




88,707 


9,426,066 




4,4flS 


3,421,203 


149.391 


3,848,404 




Hl,097 


8,993,925 




6,632 


3,617,261 


164,267 


3,760.550 


9,249 


94,976 


9,132,616 




1,585 


3,693,647 


161.698 


3,704,126 


11,022 


98.174 


9,139,416 




1,846 


3,665,011 


169,460 


3,836,226 


9,463 


97,925 


9,291,168 




859 


3,78.4.478 


147,668 


3.725,690 


14,604 


94.081 


9,336,916 




1,576 


3,576,412 


166.314 


4.049,276 


17,187 


90.817 


9,469,664 




2,079 


3,603,399 


166,907 


4,246,404 


88,567 


89.704 


9,837.464 




1,987 


3,758.015 


182.869 


5,244.301 


65,591 


06,089 


11,044,626 




U18 


3,931,446 


272,809 


6,377,«61 


41.699 


103,725 


12,603,249 




1,751 


4,083.637 


498,613 


6,508,477 


11,974 


109,872 


13,007,865 




2,B5g 


4,106,178' 562,4(M 


7,221,705 


30.6n 


121,676 


14,041,041 




1,113 


4.347,5411 454,700 


8„11.7,434 


38,484 


118,196 


16,6.'13.6ai. 




1,949 


4,634.533 fi(10,360 


9.803,917 


60,216 


126,660 


17,593,437 



Including liquor licence revenue, 1884-189ti. 



202 


THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 






Table l\xxi. Summary expetiilituro on co 


OBoJidated fund a 


CCOUDt 




1868-1905— con. 








^K Fi».ai 


HiK>e1Ian«nTe enpenditure. 1 


AdminiB- 
tration of 


Alts, ««ri- 
oensus aiid 


Boundary 

a's'Tnd 
Canada. 


OivU 
(Covera- 
menC 


Fi.h.rieB. G 


wlogicil 
urvey. 




S 


3 


S 


S 


% 


* 


186S 


291,243 


5.B81 


_ 


594,442 


30,672] 


30,4UO 


1889 


3t5,21{ 






569,64S 


33,002 








6,227 








M 


1871 


314,411 


165,68(1 




642,30t 




1872 


346,84^ 


224,016 




663.18t 


93,3261 






398,lWb 


68,266 




750,87^ 


07,8781 




1871 


459.03! 


68.562 


ai,7K 




70,2471 


















1876 


544,09! 


77,74? 


134, lOf 


841, B9( 


108.1841 




1877 


M6,&» 






812,19.' 


W.348 






664,82( 


95,41f 


43,906 


823,37( 










63,068 










18S0 


574,31 




898,606 


86,163 
















1882 






946.03i 


921701. 


eim 


1S83 


616,681 


e2.Bfl4] 


986,721 


168,977i 




1884 


616,046 


67,7671 


1,084, 41f 


386,700, 






fl27,2K 


91.382 


l,lSi),4K 


















1887 


e57;u6 






1,211,66] 


415,443 


WW. 




678,815 


311,16! 




1.258,6ie 


416,182 


^^ 
















1890 


; 09,78' 


163,3Bt 




1,308,845 


328,894' 




1891 


r26,59: 


410,183 




1.334,201 


374,202 




















; -36,46; 


286,56! 


33,271 


1,367,57' 


482,381, 


SfS 


















: 66,68: 


216,74( 


44,B6( 


1.422. 2a 






1896 


58,27( 


210,8Tf 


38,36} 




427.2611 






■74.761 


224,39< 


16,4* 






















189S 


16,461 


258,781 




1,411, 8ti 


412.3661 


■"^SS 




827,56: 


461,56! 


14,4i; 


1,420,0« 


411,470, 


















1902 


949,331 


1,274,7W 




1,497,38! 


518,8961 


^m 


19(B 


959,941 


5l3,01i 




1,564,79! 


527,829. 




1904 


984,251 


65U,89( 




1,(152,781 


681.31!) 




















', 


* 




' 




^ J 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



203 



:.£ LXXXI. 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Summary expenditure on consolidated fund account 
1868-1905— con. 



Miscellaneous expenditure. 



iscal year. 


1 

1 

j Immigra- 
tion. 


Quaran- 
tine. 


Indians. 


Insurance 
superin- 
tendence. 


Legisla- 
tion. 


Light- 
house and 
coast 

• 


t 










service. 




$ 


$ 


$ 




$ 


$ 




36,050 


24,346 


— 


— 


595,810 


174,983 


• • •••••••■•■ 


20,952 


16,196 


- 


- 


409,614 


190,671 


*•• ••■ •• ••• 


55,966 


15,969 


6,080 


- 


379,753 


229,682 


• ••• .-••••••• 


54,004 


17,786 


6,080 


- 


356,206 


334,693 




109,954 


19,013 


43,935 


— 


393,964 


345,683 


, ••..• 


265,718 


21,651 


63,776 


— 


614,487 


480,376 




291,297 


27,276 


146,068 


— 


784,048 


537,058 




278,777 


23,994 


195,500 


- 


572,273 


490,267 




33«,179 


47,666 


276,325 


8,033 


627,231 


646,849 




30<),353 


44,598 


301,596 


7,513 


596,006 


471,278 




154,352 


26,340 


421,504 


8,577 


618.035 


461,968 




186,403 


25,821 


489,327 


8,517 


748,008 


447,667 




161,213 


21,991 


694,513 


9,552 


598,105 


426,304 




214,251 


36,562 


805,097 


9,580 


611,376 


443,724 




215,339 


37,722 


1,183,414 


9,073 


682,200 


461,881 




373,958 


63,777 


1,106,961 


9,875 


740,768 


491,546 




511,209 


64,118 


1,116,154 


9,855 


662,767 


620,524 




423,861 


82,547 


1,109,604 


10,223 


649,538 


532,446 




257,355 


90,221 


1,195,093 


8,578 


1,037,779 


553,515 


, 


. ♦ 341,236 


121,627 


1,201,301 


9,250 


977,302 


512,812 


, 


244,789 


67,701 


1,000,802 


7,244 


807,425 


489,258 




202,499 


90,053 


1,112,776 


7.773 


701,170 


611,779 


, 


110,092 


72,245 


1,107,824 


7,647 


932,187 


466,116 




181,045 


77,244 


987,435 


7,665 


696,487 


492,597 




177,005 


80,083 


894,266 


8,542 


■• 1,302,876 


503,639 




. i 180,677 


101,954 


956,552 


9,094 


867,232 


503,012 




202,236 


113,571 


968,563 


9,578 


698,007 


476,635 


■ •>>••■...•... 


. 1 195,653 


101,320 


955,404 


10,018 


941,570 


475,903 




; 120,199 


95,247 


880,408 


10,039 


904,688 


466,058 




. , 127,438 


120,162 


908,064 


10,612 


1,134,773 


445,743 




. , 261,195 


137,244 


952,584 


10,165 


729,829 


474,217 




255,879 


136,744 


986,219 


10,248 


892,354 


545,645 




. , 434,563 


136,068 


1,037,436 


11,224 


830,302 


523,485 




. ' 444,730 


170,166 


1,019,-329 


12,824 


1,172,726 


578,618 


,, •••••■■..., 


494,842 


264,738 


1,057,130 


13,500 


991,433 


696,311 




642,914 


263,331 


1,077,815 


14,947 


789,205 


964,144 




744,788 


217,765 


1,079,781 


15,686 


1,266,795 


1,275,017 


.' ..'..;..! 972,367 


302,758 


1,173,864 


17,587 


1,713,172 


2,507,307 



It 



BLE Lxxxr. 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

in so It dated fiiad account 



Fiscal 



1868... 

1869... 

lem.. 

1871... 



Mail sub- 1 
liidies and >|- • 
*^^F hospital, 



253.747 
288,0«9 
286,099 
342, 1<» 
.163,448 
SS5,a82 
387,772 
261,589 
314,941 
267,534 



237,601 
238.864 
261,779 
271,457 
273,497 
342,613 
304,254 
286,315 
321, UB 
273,3.. 
413,939 



534,917 
663,812 
580,773 



Militia 
defence. 



51,313 
55,391 
49,360 
52,262 



Mounted 



34,103 
36,144 

38,4u4 
38,689 
36,683 
38,131 
38,163 
37,353 
37,741 
36,141 
51,827 



Northwest ,t_ _ 
ttn^itor- J^„ PfniWo- 



1,013,016 

937,613 
1,245,973 



690,019 
867,001 
772,812 
734,364 
989,498 

1^17fi!65!t 
1,193,693 
1,273,179 



1,574.014 

1,136,714 

1,667,688 

1,514,4"" 

2,112,2! 

1,846,179 

2,061,674 

2,060,979 

1,963,009 



832,856 
2M9,H45 
368,456 
477,826 
486,984 
664,260 
1,029,369 , 
781,664 



763,093, 
740,979 
701,932 
615,4T9| 
611,2631 
646,125 
533,014 
526,162 



110„S74 
lot. 801 
177,016 
180,693 



843,989 354,2: 



949.784 894,i: 



63.610 
64,309 
72.940 
81,906 
92,743 
121,818 
166,700 
234,941 
147.3S4 



206.476 
205,031 
211,462 
318,099 
1G4.047 
199,277 
177,185 
193,360 
211,923 
206,093 
181,462 
183,268 



496,191 
417,137 
566,647 



269,817 
211,988 
219,213 
205,111 
370,eei 



270,382 
307,368 
393,617 
286,4^ 
296,996 
287,562 
310,7»l 
311,267 
320,777 
319,436 
349,BSS 
363,168' 
344,529 
348,364 
446.134 
449,601) 



477,840 
448,846 
463,720 




Table lxxxi. 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 205 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Summary expenditure on consolidated fund account 
1868-1905— con. 



Fiscal 
year. 



Pensions. 




Public 
works. 



Railways 

and 

canals. 



Scientific 
institutions. 



Steamboat 
inspection. 



1868. 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886.. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897. 

1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 

1904. 

1905. 






56,422 

50,564 

53,586 

52,611 

62,^1 

49,204 

56,454 

63,657 

110,201 

112,531 

105,842 

107,795 

102,889 

96,389 

101,197 

98,446 

95,543 

89,879 

88,319 

102,109 

120,334 

1 16,030 

107,391 

103,850 

92.457 

90,309 

86,927 

81,349 

86,080 

90,882 

96,187 

96,129 

93,453 

93,551 

83,305 

87,925 

113,495 

140,424 



$ 

49,176 

46,321 i 

49,494; 

39,547 

37,281 

49,814 

56,388 

54,563 

13,428 

11,356! 

10,616 

11.1221 

12.868 

13.526 

12.841 

18,490 

20,124 

18,953 

17,341 

16.678 

16,812 

18,;^07 

20,465 

21,460 

21.789 

22.167 

21,947 

21,943 

22,703 

23,789 

22,100 

24,442 

28,277 

68,981 

60,241 

28,280 

31,084 

34,220 



$ 

126,270 
65,015 
120,031 
597,276 
839,786 
1,297,999 
1,778,916 
1,766,010 
1,948,242 
1,262,823 
997,470 
1,013,023 
1,046,342 
1,108,8151 
1,342,000 
1,766,256' 
2,908, 862i 
2,302,363: 
2,046,662; 
2,133,316 
2,162,116' 
2,299,231; 
1.972,501' 
1,937,646, 
1,627,861 
1,927,832 
2,033,966 
1,742,317 
1,299,769 
1,463,719 
1,701,313 
1,902,664 
2,289.889 
3,386,632 
4,221,294 
4,066,563 
4,607,330 
6,766,446 



$ 



414 

6,208 

168,584 

25,777 

299,615 

47,085 

1.066 

700 

1,125 

570 

6,685 

29,961 

81,440 

94,544 

2<»4,090 

86,026 

87,466 

121,629 

176.390 

188.660 

214,190 

199,084 

219,733 

237,639 

133,997 

252,716 

126,444 

134,406 

190,490 

384,860 

188,826 

210,414 

272,296 

328,316 

400,862 

489,751 



8,200 
8,950 
9,160 
9,380 
16,618 
18,831 
50.614 
44,630 
46,048 
45,569 
46,050 
61,207 
46,066 
46,664 
47,464 
51,^90 
56,399 
65,825 
66,898 
67,266 
59,981 
69,477 
68,452 
62,467 
66,723 
64,613 
97,850 
77,242 
81,700 
79,994 
79,442 
86,813 
83,256 
90,551 
155,285 
126,754 
126,124 
163,727 



$ 



10,407 
11,.300 
7,397 
8.321 
8,500 
13,266 
10,292 
12,200 
13,082 
13,073 
14,316 
13,167 
11,854 
12,149 
14,836 
16,2u5J 
21,893 
23,212 
21,799 
22,826 
21.430 
22,313 
20,990 
22,184 
22,737 
24,387 
25,940 
26,386 
26,321 
26,838 
26,342 
28,035 
27,966 
29,248 
27,494 
30,172 
88,600 
50,188 



^^^ 










^^^^^ 


206 




THE CANADA TEAR 300K 1905. 1 






PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 




Table 


Lxxxi. Summary ex 


peoditure 


n consolidated fund account 1 






1868-1905— concluded. 


J 


FUcsl 




Super- 


Varioua 


Yukon 


Total 
miKol- 


ToCtl 


year. 


pravfr-o^. 


ftDnuation. 


aipenses.i 


territory. 


«pendil«re. 




f 


8 


1 


« 


$ 


S 


1868... . 


2,753,066 




93,4S2 




6,384,364 


13,486.003 


1869 


2,BM,060 




129,785 




6,063,636 


n,re8,«4 


1870. ... 


3,588,606 




97,685 




8,480,200 
7,221.098 


14,3«,6U 


1871- -.- 


3,B24,940 


12.880 


169,636 




I5.63S.0e 


1873. .. 


2,930,113 


38,843 


39,422 




8,603,112 17,589,46« 1 


1873 


2,821, WO 


63,026 


311,216 




9,745.819, 19,174,948 1 


187* 


3,752,767 


64,443 


311,329 




11,724,809 ■23,316.817 I 


187B 


3.760.962 


77,298 


20S.610 




11,434,432! 23,7Um 1 


1876 . 


3,6)W,S[>e 


101,627 


261,349 




12,047,287 24,48S,Sn I 


1877 


3,655,851 


104,827 


117,702 




10,400,407 


23,5W,»! 


1878 


3,472,808 


106,589 


74,179 




9,937,688 


23,50S,IH 


1879 


8,442,764 


113,532 


91,027 




10,292,570 


a4.4K,3es 


1680 


3,430,848 


137,792 


174,191 




10,248,8% 


24,850,634 


18BI 


.1,466,618 


147.363 


91,630 




10,681,33!) 


3u,503,ii64 


1882. . ., 


3,530,9»0 


160,320 


97,108 




Il,743,.')82 


27.067,104 


1883 


3,606,673 


186,237 


209,635 




12,744,796 


38.T30,1H 


1884. . . 


3,803,714 


192,693 


301,733 




14,731,130 


31,l«.70e 


1889 


3,969,327 


203,<i36 


431,112 




IK, 375,429 


36,037,060 


leite .. . 


4,182.526 


200.666 


433,413 




19.112.660 


39.011^ 


1887 


4,169,341 


202,286 


207,166 




15,n8,029 


35,657^- 


1888 


4,188,514 


212,744 


359,647 




16,822.749 


36.n^4» 


18S9 


4,061,428 


21S.934 


415,708 




16.885,331 


36.91^Sft 


1890 


3,904.923 


241,766 


m,06fi 




IS 036 604 


33i«40« 


1891 


3,903.757 


241.110 


181,796 




15 105,%4 


■ViSHhm 


1803 


3.935.914 


. 263,680 


164,787 




16 ^64 OBI 


36 76&SH 


18S3 


3,935.785 


363.710 


251,406 




15 70.) i -ihsHOe,! "1 


■ 18M 


4,306,655 


263,303 


187,074 




1 1 


1^ 


4.250.675 


, 265,386 


17?,fi46 




lb 


18))6 


4:335.664 


31^232 


172.364 






1897 


4.238,059 


307,793 


194,629 






189B 


4,237,372 


340,180 


181.411 


4 027 




1899. 


4,260,636 


335,560 


318,!>08 


1,098 3-9 


lao^id 4iaudou 1 


1900 


4.250,608 


323,399 


381,337 


331 8jf 


18 538 2r^. 4i,JI-6,mjJ 


1901 


4,2i,0,607 


324.607 


290,940 


2 4,9')4 


30 87'966 




1902 


4,402,098 


338.764 


1,146,121 


2h6'l3 


33 943,9fi] 




1903 


4,402,503 


346,419 


538,231 


80-807 


23G(r 168 




1904 


4,403,392 


3.'j.'i,424 


960,090 


6.18,388 


,26.286,625 




IBOB 


4,616,038 


363,361 


778,666 


476,228 


32,568,441 


63:319,60 ■ 


' Includ 


„e Dominb 


furcei in Mi 


fflitobfl 1873- 


8, and Settle 


tb' Relief 1876. 1 



DBPARTMBSTAL ETATISTIOB. 
PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



BCal 


Tot*! debt. 


Totil aSBBtB. 


Net debt. 


IntwBst 
paid 


Interest on 
luiets. 


Actual net 
intnusL 


C 


« 


» 


s 


« 


i 


, 93,046,051 


17,317.410 


75,728.641 








86,896,666 


21,1311,531 


75,757,136 


4,501.568 


126.420 


4.375,148 


... -1 112,361,998 


36,602,679 


75,859,319 


4,907,014 


313.021 


4,593,993 


116.993.706 


37.783,964 


78.209.742 


6.047,054 


383,956 


4,663.098 


, .., 116,492,683 


37.786,166 


77,706.518 


6,165.304 


664,384 


4.610.920 


1 122,*«.m 


40,213,107 


82,187.072 


6,267.231 


. 488,042 


4,769,189 


1Z9,7-13,432 


29,804,970 


5iW 


5.206.206 


396.404 


4,812,802 


. ., 141,163,561 


32,838,687 


6,724,430 


610,863 


5,113,573 


. .. ., 151,063.402 


' 35,655.024 


116,008,378 


6,590,790 


840 886 


5'749'W4 


.... 161.204.688 


86.H53.174 


124.551,514 


6.400,902 




6 601996 




174,675,835 


41.440,626 


133.235. 309 


6,787,237 


1 684 


60 0543 




174.967.2Cn 


34,5il5,19! 


140.362,070 


7,048,884 


fiO 4 


6 441110 




178.483.fl71 




nLM»Ofl.l87 


7.194.734 




1 




194,6.'M,-in 




1 .■M5I,589 


7.773,869 








199.86l,r>;i: 




■■■.;;'.P.-i.780 


7,591,145 








20e,3<;5,L'--. 






7,740,804 








202,159. H> 




i..-.4(;ii,714 


7,668,663 








242,482.411 




1,>l:,W1,860 


7.700.181 




1 4 i 




264,703,607 


il»,2;i5,Bir 


I'Jfl. 407,692 


9,419,482 


1 (.3 






273,164.341 


50.006.234 


223.159,107 


10,137,009 


-,29^0 9 


7l«7 930 




273,187,626 


45,87i.H51 


227.314,776 


9.082,929 


990 887 


8692 042 




384,513,842 


49,982.481 


234,531,358 


9,823,313 


932 025 


8 891288 




287,722,063 


50,1112,021 


237.630,042 


10,148,932 


1 SfiSiV^t 


8643 640 




2*1,112,395 


48.579.083 


237.533.212 


9.656,641 


1,082.271 


8.574,570 




289,89fl,230 


63,0!I0,1!H) 


237,800,031 


9,584.137 


1,077,228 


8.606,909 




295.333,274 


54,^01,810 


241.131,434 


9,763,978 


1.086,420 


8.677,558 




300,054,526 


68,373,486 


241,681,040 


9,806,888 


1,150.1B(. 


8,656,722 




308,348,023 


62,164.994 


246,183,029 


10,212,696 


1,217,809 


8.994,787 




318,048,755 


64.973,828 


253.074.927 


10,466.294 


1,336,047 


9,130,247 




32ft,n7,637 


67,220,]04 


258.497,433 


10,502.430 


1,370,001 


9,132,429 




332,630,131 


70,901,635 


261.538,696 


10,646,663 


1,443.004 


9,202.669 




338,376.984 


74.4!9.6S6 


263,966,399 


10,616,708 


1,613,056 


9,003,103 




346,180,903 


78,887.466 


266,273,447 


10,856.112 


1,590,448 


9.264,664 




346,206,980 


80.713.173 


266.498.807 


10,699,645 


1,683,050 


9,016.506 




354,732,433 


86,252,481 


268,480,004 


10,807,955 


1,784.834 


9,023,131 




366,368,477 


94,529,3S7 


271.829,090 


10.975,935 


1,892.324 


9,063,711 




3fll,3«.098 


99.737,109 


Mi ,606,989 


11,068.139 


2.020,K8 


9.047,186 




364.962,512 


104.094.793 


260,867.719 


nil 28.6.17 


2,2.16.266 


8.892,381 


.".'.'.'. 377,678,680 


111,451,413 


266.224.1U7 


10,«rJO,U5 


2.105.031 


6,52.5,034 



18 ' THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Table lxxxiii. AccouDtiug for increase of debt in the fiscal j 

18(" ■ 



S-19( 



1873... 

isra... 

1874... 



1880v.. 
18SI... 
1882.. 
18S3... 
1884... 
188B... 
ISSfi.. 
1887... 
1S8R... 



189S... 
1894... 

1886... 



190S.. 
1903... 
1904.,. 

1906... 



' cntialB, {J.P.R. 
public works. 



6,941,961 
5,(137, 132 
5,250,679 
6,922,742 
7,164.008 
7.590J1O 
8,657,200 



8.241.174 

7.841,6^ 
6,893,755 



2,964,368 
3,711,972 
2,1181,181 



7,290,643 
0,408,103 
6,174,953 



l.S0,664 
162,392 
135,048 



149,147 
99,842 
82,184 
91,412 

127,505 



449,542 
748,856 
794,410 



CollBulidlktHd 

transfera. 



Railway gubei- 
dief, inoliidini 
Quebec rail- 
way subsidy. 



Eipeowscf 
and diecuunl 



22»,4.',6 
6,718 
4,019 



12,4S1 
10,220,180' 



12,835 

230,758 

1,647,624 



103,245 
2,701,249 
1,406,533 

1,027,042 
846,722 
1,678.196 
1,26e,T06 
1,348,316 
811,394 



1.4S3.222 

2,046,87" 
],?75,630 



602,987 



1 Lands returned by C. P. R. for «I0,189,62l. 
'Queboc railway subeidy on wblch intereat is p 
" Province acoounta, Ontario and Quebec, $6,3{ 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



209 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Table lxxxiii. Accounting for increase of debt in the fiscal years 

1868-1905— con. 



Fiscal year. 



Items which increase the debt. 



Deficits. 



Territorial. 



Allowance 
to provinces. 



Militia. 



1868.. 

1869 . 

1870.. 

1871 . . 

1872.. 

1€73.. 

1874. 

1875 , 

1876 

1877. 

1878 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891 

1892. 

1893. 

1894. 

1895. 

1896. 

1897 

1898 

1899. 

1900. 

1901. 

1902. 

1903. 

1904. 

1905. 



1,900,785 
1,460,028 
1,128,146 
1,937,999 
1,543,228 



2,240,059 
5,834,572 



19,113 

1,821,887 

773,872 

. 241,889 

63,239 



1 — 


293,918 


810,031 


539,930 


— 


31,449 


— 


4,773 


— 


2,901 


— 


-1,243 


— 


8,911 


1,210,332 


—1,149 


4,153,876 


833 


330,551 


542 


519,981 


3,285 


— 


-1,272 


- 


—1,853 




-1,473 




-1,632 


- 


—1,534 


— 


—3,040 


- 


-2,617 


— 


-2,478 



1,666,200 

13,859,080 

4,927,061 



7,172,298 

5,420 

3,113,334 



267,026 



1,000,000 
745,965 
173,740 
387,810 
230,853 
135,885 
299,697 
428,223 
1,299.910 
1,299,964 



Note. The minus sign (-) before figures denotes a decrease. 



14 Y.B. 



TEE CAXADA. TEAR BOOK 1995. 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Accouatittg for increase of debt in the fiscal years 
1868-1905— con. 











year. 


'funds. 


Surplus. 


dated fund 


Keceipta 

from 

lQ>UB. 


Dommion 
lands. 


Refund* 

from«]« 

uf 

public mab 

(capital. 


1868... . . 
1888.. .. . 

187a 

1871 

1872.. 

wa 

1874.. , 

1978. 

1876. 

1877.. . 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1081 

1882 

1884.; ".'-'.'.'. 

1886. 

1886. 

1887 

1888. 

1839 

1890 

1891 

1892 

1893. 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899.. . 

1900 

1901 

1902. 

1903 

1904 

1905 


9 

355,267 

426,807 

126,533 

421,666 

470,607 

407,827 

613,920 

56.5,773 

823,953 

896,440 

1,012.753 

1,131,296 

!.21.').808 

1.217,163 

1,226,206 

1,290,163 

1.350,500 

1,663,195 

1,606,271 

1.692,!t53 

1,939,078 

1,736.644 

1,887,237 

1,938,079 

2,037,861 

2,095,514 

2,131,361 

2,002,311 

2,05S,2a7 

2,101.814 

2,359,Sfl!) 

2,482.485 

2,465.640 

2,480,337 

2,5li9,aai 

2,620,688 

2,315.066 

2.261,618 


• 

201,836 
341,0!)1 
1,166,710 
3,712,479 
3,125,345 
1,038,^22 
888,776 
W36,644 

4,132,743 

9,316,362 

7,064,492 

754.255 

97,313 

1.865.(a6 
3,885,894 
2,236,743 
155,977 
1,354.556 

1,722.712 
4,837,749 
8,064,715 
6,848,333 
7.291.398 
14,345,166 
16.056,984 
7,863,090 


t 

27,432 
39.476 

156,122 
6,962 

4,468 

867,4861 

28,233 

4,603.143' 

67,140 

64,M7 

23,938 
53S 

190 
3,324,966" 


• 

287,814 

l,ffi7 

140,483 
126,047 

: 


1,744,456 
1,009,019 
951,636 
393.618 
176,796 


t 

i 

1.0M 

ioa 
urn 



'Northern Railwuj composition. 

^Fiaher; award, 84,490,883. 

'Province occounts, Ontario and Quebec, 93,305,450. 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 

Accounting for increaae of debt ia the fisital years 
1868-1905— concluded. 



F«caly*»T. 






of debt. 


of debt. 


□f debt. 




S 


» 


• 




58S,e96 


567,102 


28,4H3 


K» 


870.(»! 




103,184 




3,871, l« 


1,320,081 


2,350,423 


m 








m 


8,076. ftW 


3. 690. 901 


4,480.054 










S71 


10,181,75! 










1.492,421 


7.683,414 










4TT 


10,446,721 




8,ftt«,796 












8.2fl2.6M 




2,628,117 


Mft 


I0,734,34£ 




9,461.401 












7,«07,6K 


9.341.(i51 


-1,734.129 


W 


14,168.72! 


9.3«3,06J 


4,(Wi,064 


IW 


26,763. IK 


3,058,01! 




I8B 


1H.3(W,W( 


2,120.23H 


. 14,240,842 












6.M(i,471 
H, ins, (Mil 


l,l!90,803 
l,93a,07S 




Sfi:-:::::::-"::. :■■::::::::■::. :::;;;■ 


7.216.083 










». 






3,170 










e 


.5.IJ»i,24S 


2,183.836 






4,03!»,67f 


3,490.071 


.■i49,fi0D 










B 


8,S94,2<K 


2,002,311 


6,891,898 






2.0rA2ffi 


5,422,606 


•7 


5,142,97; 


2.101.HH 






0,500, 48» 


4,082,l»l 






2.317,047 


» 


9,740, 71[i 


10.020. 35^ 








a,l3S.(i7( 




»2 


1S,209.8IB 










20,290,V2( 








17.372,0.'il 




>5 


ir,,4ai,ir« 


10,124.708 





IS eign {-) beCore figurus denotes a 



14^Y. 



I THE CANADA TEAS BOOK 190S. 

INLAND REVENUE. 
Table lxxziv. Statistics of distillation by prorinces, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



190L 



1904. 



Licenses ia?iivJ no. 

Lioense fecn. .... S 
Graia, 8tc. f,.tdiritillfltin.i 

Malt Ih. 

Indian com 

Rye " 

0»t« . . 

Wheat ,. 

Molassec 

Totft] grain for di»- 
tillaCian « 

Proof spi rits nmnu- 

(MlurFid gill. 

Duty toilected ts msnu 

fftctory on detioiciiciea 

und aBseqanivnts — 

Goltans 

Amount ...... ... ' 

TotU duty collected pli 

liceOBe fees ) 

British Columbia. 

Licennes issuttd N< 

Lioenee feea, ( 

Grain, etc. fordistiUaCii 

Malt II 

Indiancorn 

Ryo 

OBta 

Wheat . . . 

ToUl grain for dinti 
lation 1< 

Proof spiritH raanufa 

tured ga 

Duty collected ei-inan' 

factory on deficienoii 

and aaseaamenta— 

r.allon* 

Amount I 

Total duty collected plun 

license fees. ..... 

Ontario. 

Licenses IsHued 

License few , 

Grain, etc f or distiUatiun 

Malt 

Indian corn 

Kye 

Oato. .... . ... 

TPTieat 

'Barley. 



2,600j 

3,684,30l! 

7.'572>49| 
399,130 
12,77& 
37,3801 

44,871,623 

2.662,708 



2,669 
6,169 



3,432,066 

41,397,871 

9,449,057 

413,966 

29,470 



54,732,429 
3,234,147 



2,600 

4,436,316 

49,515,912 
12,036,017 
475,602 
2,036,962 
1,514,687 



3,189,691 
48,418,; 
10,715,607 
476,602 



6,736,264 
690,214 

547,175 
7,993,675 

0,342,940 

6,678,154 



12,796 
1S.646 



4,710,201 

66,296,200 

14,236,696 

660,753 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



213 



INLAND REVENUE. 

Table lxxxiv. Statistics of distillation by provinces, 1901-1905- 

concluded. 



Schedule ' 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


O n t a r i o — con. 


• 




1 






Molasses lb. 


37,3801 








__ 


^_ 


Total grain for dis- 












tillation II 


42,762,323 


52,289,239 


64,836,554 


85,438,025 


90,244,262 


Proof spirits manufac- 






■ 






tured gal. 


2,543,502 


3,111,606 


3,801,515 


5,003,838 


5,191,857 


)uty collected ex-manu- 












factory on deficiencies 












and assessments — 








, 




Gallons 


914 


2,488 


1,019 


3,493 


200 


Amount $ 


2,669 


4,817 


2,052 


7,163 


380 


Dotal duty collected plus 












license fees $ 


4,919 


7,067 


4,052 


9,163 


2,380 


Quebec. 












[licenses issued no. 


1 


1 


2 


4 


4 


license fees $ 


250 


250 


500 


750 


1,000 


Train, etc. for distillation 












Malt , lb. 


778,560 


861,105 


1,245,725 


1,419,757 


1,493,055 


Indian com ». 


563,130 


713;850 


1,097,120 


1,944,039 


3,015,006 


xvyt^ II 


767,610 


858,235 


1,319,410 


1,498,558 


1,716,529 


Oats II 


— 


— 


— 


9,461 


— 


Wheat ,1 


— 


— 


— 


33,100 


26,500 


Molasses n 


— 


— 


1,514,687 


7,993,67^ 


7,105,308 


Total grain for dis- 












tillation ... II 


2,109,300 


2,433,190 


3,662,255 


4,904,915 


6,251,090 


Proof spirits manufac- 












tured gal. 


109,206 


122,541 


262,089 


674,316 


741,287 


)uty collected ex -manu- 












factory on deficiencies 












and assessments — 












Gallons . 


_ 


„ , 


__ 


2,965 


_ 


Amount $ 


— 


— 


— 


5,633 


— 


!'otal duty collected plus 
license tees $ 












250 


250 


500 


6,383 


1,000 



2)4 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



INLAND REVENUE. 

Table lxxxv. Articles subject to excise duty taken for consumption, 

1901-1905. 



Articles. 



1901. 



1902. 



1^. 



1904. 



1905. 



Spirits gal. 

Spirits, imported , 

Malt liquor ti 

Malt lb. 

Cigars— 

Foreign no. 

Canadian . : n 

Combination m 

Cigarettes- 
Foreign NO. 

Canadian ti 

Combination n 

Tobacco, foreign leaf. .lb. 
Tobacco, Canadian leaf n 
Tobacco, combination ti 

SnuflF „ 

Canadian twist . n 

Raw leaf tobacco, for- 
eign II 

Duty on spirits $ 

Duty on malt liquor. . n 

Duty on malt n 

Duty on cigars n 

Duty on cigarettes ... n 
Duty on tobacco . . n 

Duty on snuff u 

Duty on Canadian 

twist II 

Licenses, spirits n 

Licenses, malt liquor. . n 

Licenses, malt n 

Licenses, cigars n 

Licenses, tobacco m 

Licenses, bonded mfr.. m 
Licenses, acetic acid . . u 



2,708,833 

155,117 

25,108,254 

64,723,616 

133,147,283 
2,108,966 
5,840,640 

120,367,584 

275,000 

741,000 

6,764,532 

3,106,662 

1,201,759 

199,795 

57,597 

9,848,804 

5,178,275 

69 

970,8.55 

822,739 

362,627 

2,9.32,821 

36,399 

2,880 
2,500 
6,500 
6,475 
14,695 
3,122 

100 



2,9.35,671 

187,769 

27,623,767 

71,440,519 

142,084,171 
3,712,150 
5,984,195 

132,279,034 

975,000 

982,000 

7,109,309 

2, 93-:?, 043 

1,282,806 

173,188 

72,286 

10,704,962 

5,618,113 

370 

1,071,609 

881,598 

400,035 

3,125,349 

31,636 

3,6T4 
2,500 
6,600 
6,200 
15,762 
2,944 

100 



2,980,287 

228,480 

i25,755,154 

67,608,157 

159,125,774 
2,881,360 
6,283,288 

176,096,240 

339,000 

7,361,575 

3,151,724 

> 1,770,767 

170,622 

53,256 

11,615,963 

6,160,327 

2,910 

1,014,123 

982,260 

531,345 

3,a36,088 

31,197 

2,663 
2,500 
6,575 
6,500 
16,235 
3,324 
2,000 
100 



3,487,745 

225,326 

27,335,985 

75,430,347 

170,934,150 
2,200,240 
7,350,812 

205,592,300 

5,709,741 
7,821,650 
2,993,851 
1,533,195 
178,057 
47,771 

12,139,700 

6,669,399 

2,489 

1,131,456 

1,054,278 

629,147 

3,460,220 

32,702 

2,389 
2,750 
6,550 
6,100 
16,545 
3,^1 
2,600 
100 



3,113,( 

30,330,( 
75,517,J 

176,626,( 
2,262,4 
7,221,? 

242,510,i 

8,260,5 

3,107,i 

1,878,? 

164,1 

32,^ 

12,387,: 
5,947,1 

V 

l,134,i 

1,088,! 

745,( 

3,631,1 

30,: 

1,< 

3, 
6,( 

6,: 

15,! 

3,: 

3/ 



Table lxxxvi. Warehousing transactions in spirits, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



In warehouse at begin- 
ning of year 

Warehoused during year, 
ex-distillery 

Otherwise warehoused. . . 

Taken for consumption . . 

Exported 

Used in bonded factories. 

Otherwise accounted for. 

In warehouse at end of 
year. 



pf. gal. 
11,460,127 

3,067,919 
155,295 

2,707,919 
148,154 
352,705 
620,993 

10,853,570 



\ 



pf. gal. 
10,853,570 

3,668,286 
187,827 

2,933,183 
151,799 
360,235 
701,058 



pf. gal. 
10,563,408 

4,953,575 
228,601 

3,207,748 
157,666 
418,631 

1,176,451 



\^,^Z,^m. 10,785,088 



\ 



pf. gal. 
10,785,088 

6,323,439 
225,329 

3,481,287 
180,291 
405,663 
942,674 

12,323,941 



pf . gal. 
12,323, 

6,774,; 
160,1 

3,mi 
211,i 
363, 

1,057,: 

14,514,; 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



215 



INLAND REVENUE. 

Table lxxxvii. Raw materials used ia the manufacture of spirits, 

1901-1905. 



Raw materials. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Malt . 

Indian oorn 

Rye 

Wheat 

Oats 

Molasses — 

1 Barley. 



lb. 

3,584,301 

33,265,288 

7,572,749 

12,775 

399,130 

37,3801 



lb. 

3,432,066 

41,397,871 

9,449,057 

29,470 

413,965 



lb. 

4,435,316 
49,515,912 
12,035,017 

2,036,962 
475,602 

1,514,687 



lb. 

6,130,008 

67,240,289 

15,735,254 

547,175 

690,214 

. 7,993,675 



lb. 

7,401,091 

71,240,171 

18,113,205 

252,853 

667,187 

7,105,308 



Table lxxxviii. Spirits manufactured and disposed of, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


19C4. 
gal. 


1905. 


In process of manufacture 


gal. 


gal. 


gal. 


gal. 


at beginning of year. . . 
Manufactured in year. . . 


124,219 


113,310 


141,783 


117,602 


198,794 


2,652,709 


3,234,147 


4,063,603 


5,678,154 


6,009,024 


Returned to distilleries 












for redistillation 


409,161 


469,948 


870,946 


749,671 


848,685 


Received into distilleries 












from other sources 


5,868 


4,742 


6,162 


7,247 


6,349 


Placed in warehouse un- 












der Crown lock . . 


3,067,919 


3,668,286 


4,953,575 


6,323,439 


6,774,392 


Fusel oil written off 


8,311 


9,546 


10,295 


14,898 


31,542 


Deficiency from rectifica- 












tion 


847 


2,488 


1,019 


6,458 


200 


Remaining in process of 








manufacture at end of 












year 


113,310 


141,783 


117,602 


198,794 


256,710 



Table lxsxix. Manufactures of malt, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Licenses issued no. 

License fees $ 

Dutjr collected n 

Gram placed in steep lb. 
Malt manufactured., m 
Malt warehoused > 



62 
6,475 

16 
80,034,990 
64,096,899 
64,094,795 



49 
6,200 

92,124,703 
72,870,605 
72,870,605 



\ 



53 
6,500 

84,000,567 
66,492,160 



50 
6,100 

85,905,846 
68,503,928 



50 

6,100 

113 

94,313,606 

75,357^2t8 



216 TEE, CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

INLAND REV^ENUE. 

Table xc. Manufactures of malt liquor, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Licenses issued no. 131 

License fees $ 6,500 

Duty collected m 69 

Malt used lb. ! 62,993,536 

Other commodities . . u 1 991 
Malt liquor manufac- 
tured gal. 25,108,254 

Malt liquor exported! .. 173,120 


133 
6,600 

370 

69,033,617 

5,356 

27,623,767 
182,710 


134 

6,575 

2,910 

64,192,743 

30,878 

25,755,154 
, 218,339 


134 

6,550 

2,489 

67,301,438 

26,250 

27,335,985 
295,182 


1114 

6,625 

2,499 

73,449,991 

22,979 

30,330, WO 
263,283 



1 Including quantity used by H. M. army and navy. 



Table xci. Manufactures of acetic acid, 1901-1905. 



• 

Schedule. 


1901. 1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Acetic acid made gal. 

Acetic acid warehoused n 

Entered for consumption .. 
Paid duty ex-manufactory. ... $ 

License fees n 

Total duty and fees n 


1 

231,310' 186,470 

72,470' 53,594 

66,227 86,181 

6,161 5,315 

100 100 

6,261' 5,415 


220,358 

152,526 

82,881 

2,713 

100 

2,813 


62,619 

51,448 

53,853 

447 

100 

547 


158,376 

83,048 

114,512 

3.013 
100 

3,113 



Table xcii. Manufactures of metliylated spirits, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



Alcohol used gal. 

Wood naphtha used m 

Methj^lated spirits produced. . . ti 

Loss m manufacture i» 

Methylated spirits on hand at 

first of year n 

Methylated spirits sold n 

Methylated spirits on hand at 

end of year u 



1901. 



69,138 

20,899 

94,653 

1,384| 

2,912| 
94,450; 



3,115 



\ 



1902. 



66,040 

23,831 

88,449 

1,422 

3,115 
85,351 

6,213 



1903. 



\ 



69,291 

25,255 

92,242 

2,304 

6,213 
94,187 

4,269 



1904. 



66,052 

23,418 

87,f46 

1,724 

4.269 
87,292 

4,723 



1905. 



64,092 

24,159 

85,781 

2,470 

4,723 
87,326 

3»178 



XCIII. 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 217 

INLAND REV KNUE. 

Manufactures of vinegar and crude fulminate in bond, 

1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



ised — 

gal. 

le, etc II 

id b. 

II 

red articles — 

gal. 

Iminate lb. 

d articles — 

'■. Kal- 

Immate h 

?ntered for consump- 

M 

Bx -manufactory — 

• : gal. 

vinegar $ 

fees II 

ty and fees n 



352,701 

5,329 

733,465 

82,878 

1,199,733 
101,150 

41«,005 
101,150 

263,586 

783,727 

31,524 

2,175 

33,699 



360,159 

4,983 

905,891 

102,048 

1,020,496 
121,607 

4a5,178 
121,607 

536,717 

535,318 

21,413 

2,425 

23.838 



418,631 

3,352 

1,108,433 

124,419 

1,101,392 
149,100 

512,446 
149,100 

485,195 

588,947 

23,616 

2,000 

25,616 



405,502 

2,790 

1,099,474 

121,992 

1,052,513 
145,638 

524,116 
145,638 

540,079 

528,397 

20,140 

2,600 

22,740 



363,708 

2,584 

761,160 

89,211 

1,214,233 
107,226 

661,767 
107,226 

658,572 

552,466 

22,099 

2,700 

24,799 



BLE xciv Inspection of petroleum and naphtha, 1901-1905. 



Articles. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


gal. 

, . . , . . _ M 


1.477,663 
11,197,315 


1,081,933 
9,412.941 


831,712 
7.784,180 


765,216 
6,526,897 


2,282,514 
15,237,521 




.... II 




• •■■•.- •■ •••• 


12,674,978 


10,494,8741 8,615,892 


7,292,113 


17,520,035 



BLE xcv. Excise and other revenues of the years 1901-1905. 



irces of revenue. 




iber, 
•ht. 



res in bond, 
i spirits. . . . 
ks 



id measures, gas, and law' 



8,910 8,862 

837,434 897,360 
8,271 

15,568 21,062 

977,330 1,077,809 

6,569' 6,970 

44,242, 45,306 

73,675 66,785 

4,805 4,749 

1,292 1,567 

5,180,775, 5,620,613 

3,337,848; 3,563,578 



nues. 



81,987 
30,002 



88,198 
36,011 



10,608,708 11,438,870 



6,128 
998,495 

23,895 

1,020,623 

9,485 

45,024 

72,269 

4,901 

2,830 

6,162,827 

3,904,617 

109,535 
40,704 



2,701 
1,070,823 

23,457 

1,137,556 

9,039 

45,343 

68,326 

4,687 

4,413 

6,672,149 

4,127,679 

110,416 
57,458 



7,694 
1,103,743 

27,810 

1,140,639 

9,124 

51,141 

68,121 

4,863 

2,352 

5,950,632 

4,412,374 

114,309 
43,106 



12,401,33aU^^?aA,^«aVs^.^^?5i^^ 






818 


THE CANADA 7EAR HOOK 1905. 




1 




BANKS 


ANDBANKTNG. 1 


Table scvi. General Btatement of chartered banks, 1868-1905.' 1 


Calendar 


Capittil Notes in 


Total ™ Dacoonls to 
deposit.^ the people. 




- 




S 


* 


3 


3 


. . 1 


1868 


30.507.447 


9..160,etU 


3.<),6O3,O04 


52,299.050 


46,144,864, 79,86a,97Bl 


lBfl9 


30,790,137 


9,539,511 


40,028.090 


66,433,963 


50,940.22h 8e,28S.'«l 


1870 


83.031,249 


15,149,031 


48,763,205 


66,278,961 


66,686,870 




1871 


37.096,340 


20,914,637 


66,387,391 


84,799.841 


80,250,974 




im 

1873 


45.190,080 


25,296,454 


61,481,452 


106,744.865 


90,864,688 




54,690,561 


27.165,878 


05,426,042 


119,274.317 


98,982,668 




1874 


60,388.340 


27,904,963 


77,118,754 


131,680,111 


116,412,392 




1870 


64,619,613 


23,036,639 


74, 64a, 446 


136.029,307 


104.609,366 




1876. 


06,804,398 


21.246,930 


72,862,686 


127,621,677 


99,614,014 




1877 


66.206,009 


20,704,338 


74,166.287 


126,681.658 


99.810.731 




1B78 


<!3,(i82,8l!3 


20,475,686 


70.856,203 


119,682,669 


95,538,831 




1879 


fi2,737.2rK 


19,486.103 


73,151,426 


113,485,108 


96,760,113 




1B80 


60,062.117 


22,629,623 


86.303,814 


103,166,116 


111.838,941 




1881,. ., 


59,634,977 


28,016,692 


94.346,481 


116,963,497 


127.17U,349 




1B82. 


59,790,644 


33,682,080 


110,133,124 


140.077,194 


149.777,214 




1883 


6], 300. 118 


33,2H3,.'502 


107,648,383 


143,944,967 


145,938,096 




ffi:.:;:.. 


61,579,02! 


30,449,410 


102,398,228 


130,490,053 


137,493,9171 2l9,9fl8,«ei 


61,711,666 


30,720,763 


10t,014,660 


126,827,792 




1886 


61,662,093 


31,030,499 


111,449,366 


Vi2.8a3,:m 




1887.. .. 


SO.860,561 


32,473.118 


112,666,985 


139,753,73.5 




1888. . 


60,345,036 


33,306,259 


12.% 136,473 


141,002,373 




1888 


60,229.752 


32,207,144 


134,650.732 


149,958,980 




1890 


69,974,902 


32.834.su 


1.35,548,701 


153,301,336 


J73;307|5S7 


254,MH.lfi» 


1891 


60,700,697 33,061,042 


148,396,968 


171,082,677 


lB7,332,3ffi 


aea^jM 


1892. ., 


61,636,311 


33,788,679 


166,668,471 


193,466,883 


208,062,169 


sai-SS 


1893. . 


62,009.34b 


33,811,925 


174,776,722 


206,(133,043 


317,196,970 


aoi,m.T 


1894- .,- 


62,063, J71 


31, 166,003 


181,743,890 


304,124,939 


a21.006,7»4 


307,630.0 


1896.... 


01,800,700 


30,807.041 


190,916,039 


203.730,800 


229,794,322 


316^5SB,a 


1896 


92.043,173 


31,466,397 


193,616,049' 


213,211,996 


232.338,086, 


SmS 


1897 


62,027,703 


34,360,118 


211,788,096- 


212,014,636 


252.860,708 




1898 


63,571,920 


37.873,934 


336,161,062 


223,806.320 


281,076.606 




1899 


63,726,399 


41..'iI3,139 


266,504,528 


251,467,070 


818.624.033 




1900. ... 


65,164,594 


46.574,780 


305,140,243 


370,279.761 


366,394,095 




1901. . . 


67,035,615 


60,601,206 


349,573,3L7-' 


:tH8.2'.l!l,888 


420,003,743 




1902... . 


69,86(1,670 


6fi,4L2,5!l8 




4;nj,i:(;2,ii7' 


4116,963,829 


68^78I,T 


1903 


76,463,130 


60,244,072 


424;ili7.14.H 


472,01!l,6>-9 


507,627,560 


641,64M 


1904 


79,334,191 


61,769,888 


170,26.^744^ 




554.014,076 


6ffi,«7,T 


1905 


82,655,828 


64,025.043 


531,243.476* 


SObIwI 4,918 


618,678,633 


7e7.4«,U 


'The a 


atinCics of this titble are n 


eragfa campnted from tl 


le monthly returns in etd 


''^''a Inciu 


iii(c deposita of federal an 


provincial go 


v«miiientfl. 


1 


SEidu 


din^; i»piUl Bn<i reaerves. 






1 


■1 Inolu 


ing ■mountB deimsited e 


sewhere than 


in Cnnads, 


not previouBly iocludBl ll| 


d^poBita. 















DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



219 



BANKS AND BANKING. 

Table xcvii. Deposits of chartered banks in Canada and elsewhere, 

1901-1905. 



Calendar year. 



Deposits by the public 
. in Canada. 



Payable 

on 
demand. 



Payable 

after notice 

or on fixed 

day. 



Deposits 

elsewhere 

than in 

Canada. 



Balances 

due to 

Dominion 

and 

Provincial 

^governments 



Total 
Deposits. 



1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 



$ 

95,160,631 
104,424,203 
112,461,757 
117,962,023 
138,116,550 



221,624,664 
244,062,545 
269,911,501 
307,007,192 
338,411,275 



26,560,444 
34,529,739 
34,931,701 
36,388,330 
44,325,531 



6,218,588 
7,354,006 
6,862,181 
8,908,199 
10,390,120 



349,573,327 
390,370,493 
424,167,140 
470,265,744 
531,243,476 



Table xcviii. Discounts of chartered banks in Canada and elsewhere, 

.1901-1905. 



Calendar 
year. 



Call and 

short loans 

on stocks 

and bonds 

in 

Canada. 



Call and 

short loans 

elsewhere 

than in 

Canada. 



Current 

loans 

in 

Canada. 



Current : Loans 

loans I to 
elsewhere Pi-ovincial 
than in | govern- 
Canada. ments. 



1901, 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 
1905. 



35,304,846 
45,206,530 
43,583,788 
36,999,790 
42,659,144 



40,020,238 
46,162,659 
38,025,662 
41,212,007 
51,452,955 



283,387,175 24,678,377 2,931,398 

303,128,541 30,288,653; 3,796,513 

360,573,6;)9 25,586.80i 2,211,379 

407,475,439 18,665,002 2,465,405 

436,659,384' 25,097,8241 1,960,465 



Overdue 
debts. 



Total 

discounts 

of 

banks. 



1,977,854| 388,299,888 
2,079,694 430,662,670 
2,038,419 472,019,689 



2,194,260 
1,985,146 



509,011,993 
559,814,918 



Table xcviiia. Total issues and redemptions of Dominion notes June 30, 

1901-1905. 



Fiscal year. 



Issue and 

redemption 

of currency. 



1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 
1905 



10,673,753 
18,199,358 
22,593,790 
20,274,945 
41,605,644 



Issue. 1 Redemption. 



Increase. 



\ 



6,574,500 
11,540,618 
17,861,500 
11,421,765 



4,099,253 
6,658,740 
4,732,290 
8,853,180 



2,475,247 

4,881,878 

13,129,210 



220 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



BANKS AND BANKING. 

Table xcix. Assets of chartered banks for the calendar years 

1901-1905.^ 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



Balances due from agen- 
cies of the banks or 
from the banks 

Balances due from agen- 
cies of chartered banks, 
or from other banks or 
agencies elsewhere 
than in Canada and 
the United Kingdom. . 

Bank premises 

Gall and short loans on 
stocks and bonds in 
Canada 

Call and short loans else- 1 
where than in Canada. 

Current loans in Canada. 

Current loans elsewhere 
than in Canada . 

Deposits niade with and 
balances due from 
other banks in Canada. 

Dei)08its with Dominion 
government for se- 
curity of note circula- 
tion .. ... 

Dominion notes 

Dominion and provincial 
government securities . 

Loans to provincial gov- 
ernments 

Loans to other banks in 
Canada 

Mortgages on real estate 
sold by banks 

Municipal securities in 
Canada and public se- 
curities elsewhere than 
in Canada ... 

Notes of and cheques on 
other banks 

Overdue debts ... 

Railway and other bonds, 
delientures and stocks. 

Real estate other than 
bank premises ....... 

Specie 

Other assets 



5,598,939 



6,598,159 



Total assets 



12,811,524 
6,570,92(J 



35,304,84« 

40,020,238 
283,387,175 

24,678,377 



4,216,972 



2,487,5411 
20,450,074 



13,519,799 
7,039,014 



$ 



5,038,954 



14,192,282 
8^344,610 



45,206,530 43,683,788 



46,162,659 
303,128,541 

30,288,653 



4,427,566 



2,832,401 
23,034,894 



38,025,662 
360,573,639 

25,586,802 



5,242.306 



2,971,260 
28,259,378 



11,331,385 9,804,998' 11,186,607 



2,931,398 

1,088,150 

« 

652,811 



3,796,593 
666,638 

I 
I 

768,298 



2,211,379 
689,808 

739,331 



13,031,176 14,487,632 14,896,472 



13,000,125 
1,977,854 



15,244,585 
2,079,694j 



17,398,439- 
2,038,419 



1S04. 



1905. 



$ 



7,523,615! 9,960,562 



16,817,357; 19,201,939 
9,720,652; 10,707,018 



36,999,790 

■ 41,212,007 
407,475,439 

18,665,002 



6,064,286 



3,237,891 
33,428,779 

10,705,202 



2,465,495 

820,508 

761,885 

15,560,145 

19,045,787 
2,194,260 



30,440,259 34,859,5571 37,800,893 38,779,477 



953,958 

11,638,427 

9,257,169 



531,829,324 



901,094 

12,443,714 

8,470,090 



585,761,109 



824,191; 

14,251,1961 

7,087,860 



739,905 

16,879,092 

6,321,182 



42,659,144 

51,452,955 
436,659,384 

25,097,824 



6,834,816 



3,448,463 
38.053,983 

8,833,626 

1,960,465 

768,161 

602,524 

18,820,985 

22,883,207 
1,985,146 

39,97i520 

681,628 

18,636,340 

8,367,498 



767,490,183 



641,543,226, 695,417,756 
The statiatica of this table are averages com^vx^fe^ ^^Q^ ^Q^thly returns in each year. 



DKPAMTMBHTAL STATISTICS. 

BANKS AND BANKIKG. 

Tablb c. LUbilitiee of chartered haaka for the calendar years 

1901-1905.' 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. j 1903. 


1904. 


190S. 




s 


t 


2 


i 


t 


LiabilitioB to ohare- 












holdere- 












Capital [«id up. 


87.036,016 


69,86B,67< 


78,463,125 


79,234,191 


82,655. 82* 


Rest or reserve fund... 


3l!,M9.HB 


40.212.943 


47.781,531 


52,082,339 
131,3J«..-)2(. 


56,474,124 


Totals 


103,284.760 


110.082,613 


134,314,661 


139,139,962 
























BaJances dae to agen- 












cies of Cansdian 












bunks, oc to other 


























5,069.96: 


4.n3.003 


6,701,77! 


5,739.70! 


3,081,798 


BalanoiM due to sgen- 












ci€» of Canadiftn 










banks, or to other 




















elsewhere than m 










Caoadft and the 










TTnited Kiugdoin. 


1.(179,430 


1,197,547 1,38M,892 


1,498,340 


1,716,171 


Balance due to Domin- 










ion B"vernnient afl«t 




















for credits, pay liaw, 










etc 


2.987.32S 


a.764,771 3,44:i,;i:4' 


3,949.17! 


3,107,678 


Balanee due to provin- 




1 








3,231. 3flO 


3.5S9.20i5 3,418,25! 


.'i.559,020 


7,282,441 


Depoaita by the pubhc 












payable on demand 
ii Canada 












95.169.631 


104,424,203 




117,962,023 


138,116,660 


Deposits by the public 




payable after nutice 












or or a fixed day iu 












Canada 


221,834.664 


244,0(12,545 


26'J.01!.,'>(Jl 


307,007.192 


338,411.270- 


Deposita mads by anc 












balanci^ due tu other 












banks in Canada. . . - 


3,0!i.i,587 


3,470,50ft 


3,i>(i9,28! 


4,542,724 


6,152,39R 


DepoBits elsawhert 










than in Canada. . . ■ 


■26,5(».444 


34.52!i,T3H' 34.931,701 


36,388,330' 44,326,531 


Loana from other 






1 


banlu in Canada se- 








cured, indudinir bilk 






1 




1.129,607 


WG.243 690,fi4r 


823,W«)I 791,736 


Liabilitiea not includ- 


60.(i01,205 


.'^■], 41 2, 5118 lil),244,072 


6l,7fi9,B8:t| 64,026,643- 


ed under foreaoinir 








heads. 


y,4fri,630 


11,153,4701 lI,3(Ki,74:i 


9,373,832' 10.668,416 


Totals 


420,003,743 


4<16,9ta,82ft .W,r.27,5G' 


5-W,014,07IJ fll8.67S.B3S 








Total liabiliti>« toiihare 






hoMeri and other lia 










biJitie-i 


!)23, 288,003 


.^7T,04(i,442' 0:tl,742,211 


68.'..330,602 


757,808,686. 


£xc«M of usela over all 




i 
















proEta not included. , , 


8,540,821 


8.711,667 


9,801,015 
atedSromm 


10,087,1541 9,681,598. 


1 The KtMtiBtics of th 


s table are a 


erages wmip 


nl-Vt^ 'ce^\inw.\o.e»^^-S««» 



THE Ci.VJDi YEAR BOOK 1905. 
BANKS AND BANKING. 



ffABLB C[. Principal 



bartered bsnka. 



Bank of British North 

America 

Bank of Hamiltoi 
Bank of New Bnrna- 

Bank uf Nova Scotia. 

Bank of Montreal 

Bank of OtUwa. 

Bank of Toronto ..... 
Banqae of Hochelaga 

Bnnque Nationals 

Banque Provincial da 

Canada 

Banque de St. Hyacin- 

the 

Banque de St. Jean. 

Canadian Bank of Com- 

CrowD Bank of Canada 



Gsslern Townships 

Bank 

Home Bank of Canada 

Imperial Bank of Can- 
Merchants Ban I 

Canada . . . 
Merchants Bank of 

Prince Edwa ' 

Metropolitan Bank. . 

Molsons Bank 

Northern Bank 

Ontario Bank 

Peoples Bank of New 

Brunawiok .... 
Quebec Bank. . . . 
Royal Bank of Canada 

8l Rte^hena Bank 

SovureigD BankofCan- 

Staudarf Bank of Can- 

Trade'ra Bank of Can- 
ada. . : 

Union Bank of Canada 
Union Bank of Halifax 
Weatern Bank of Can- 




DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



223 



BANKS AND BANKING. 

II. Principal liabilities of each of the chartered banks of Canada, 

December 31, 1905. 



banks. 



Capital 
paid up. 



Rest or 

reserve 

fund. 



Notes in 
circulation 



Deposited 
bv the • 
public in 
Canada. 



Other 
liabilicies. 



Total 
liabilities.^ 






s 



British 
imerica. . 
[aniilton. 
ewBruns- 

No va 

[ontreal . 
Ottawa . . . 
oronto. . . 
lochelaga 
rationale . 
i*rovincial 

ida 

i St. Hya- 

3 St. Jean 
Bank of 
roe. 
^ a n k of 

Bank . . . 
townships 

( a n k of 

Bank of 

s Bank of 



s Bank of 

sland 

itan Bank 

Bank 

Bank 

lank . ... 
Bank of 
runswick . 

ank 

^ a n k of 



tens Bank 
1 Bank of 



Bank of 

< 

Bank of 

■ • • • ■ • • 

i a n k of 

I. 

Bank of 

c 

Bank of 



I 



/ 



4,866,666 
2,444,440 

500,000 

2,600,000 
14,400,000 
2,873,860 
3,481,815 
2,000,000 
1,500,000 

823,324 

329,n5 
300,650 

10,000,000 

737,280 
3,000,000 

2,500,000 

413,850 

3,838,952 

6,000,000 

.350,400 
1,000,000 
3,000,000 

549,986 
1,500,000 

180,000 
2,500,000 

3,000,000 
200,000 

1,617.322 

1,000,000 

3,000,000 

3,000,000 

1,336,150 

550,000 



2,044,000 
2,444,440 

825,003 

4,200,000 



3,327,2J0 
2,132,233 

460,401 

2,339,585 



10,000,000, 10,770,848 
2,873,860 2,491,520 
3,881,815 2,995,004 
1,450,000 1,851,267 



500,000 

Nil. 

75,000 
10,000 

4,600,000 

Nil. 
3,500,000 

1,600,000 

Nil. 

3.838,952 

3,400,000 

331,000 
1,000,000 
3,000,000 

Nil. 

650,000 

180,000 
1,050,000 

3,400,000 
45,000 

479,330 

1,000,000 



1,486,045 

761,484 

267,895 
149,823 

8,152,806 

472,645 
2,651,966 

1,997,140 



3,327,132 

4,871,100 

310,702 
887,592 

2,668,205 
122,730 

1,331,571 

167,181 
1,709,491 

2,820,791 
167,550 

1,470,575 

902,301 



$ 

17,419,522 
20,760,257 

3,718,969 

19,679,162 
90,640,763 
17,562,441 
22,090,447 
10,086,343 
7,419,158 

2,616,139 

698,703 
285,510 

61,918,873 

. 1,969,505 
38,955,879 

11,756,436 



1,100,000 2,556,670 



1,300,000 
970,000 
250,000 



2,721,910 

1,160,231 

477,950 



26,627,383 

29,742,509 

1,014,092 
2,689,871 

20,675,092 
211,636 

12,551,044 

484,738 
8,525,414 

17,271,358 
408,753 

10,137,323 

13,157,310 

17,560,163 

18,209,292 

6,337,573 

I 4,06a,Qri^\ 



14,751,736 
697,711 

198,186 

4,586,533 
26,401,788 
160,050 
936,969 
243,291 
171,447 

921,829 

62,320 
54,636 

9,848,353 

92,660 
821,399 

30,971 



981,837 

2,308,432 

22,416 
214,291 
443,007 

699,820 

11,127 
467,015 

9,779,264 
15,700 

1,191,475 

436,350 

680,417 

1,383,884 

1,278,225 



36,498,498 
23,580,201 

4,877,566 

26,606,280 
127,818,399 
20,194,011 
26,022,420 
12,179,901 
9,076,660 

4,298,462 

1,028,918 
489,869 

79,920,032 

2,634,810 
37,429,234 

13,784,646 



30,936,762 

36,917,041 

1,347,210 
3,791,754 

23,786,304 
334,366 

14,582,435 

663,046 
10,701,920 

29,871,413 
592,003 

12,799,373 

14,496,961 

20,797,250 

22,315,086 

8,776,029 



6 
10 

12 

11 
10 
10 
10 

7 
6 



6 
6 



10 

8 

10 

7 

8 

8 

10 

6 

8 

7 

9 
5 

6 

10 

7 
7 
7 



n,'3K\\ V^'V&.'VSnX "v 



usive of capital stock and rest or rear 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

BANKS AND BANKING. 

Tablb cm. Reserve fund held by obartered banks by moDths, 

1896-1905- 



J anuai'; 

February 

Mwch. 

April 

May 

Jnly.'.'.'. '-'.-'.'.. '.',". 

September ......... 

October 

November 

December 

Monthly averages. 



JaiHUTy 

February. 

April.'!:!!'"!!!::;! 

May 

Jui^,'.',".'.!. !!!..■.■*: 

Septombtr 

October 

November 

December 

Monthly avera^^ 



27,715,79!) 
26,458.799 
26.45S,79fl 
26,463.799 
28.318,799 
26,348,799 
26,348,790 
26,»18,79t) 
20,373.799 
26.373,799 
26,438,799 
26.670,799 
26.536,6B2 



27.030,790 
27,070,791) 
27,670.799 
37,O70,7IH) 
27.223,999 



27.565,666. 
27.565,666 
27,565.666 
37,556.666 
37,555,668 
27,619,464 
37,694.310 



29,341,f.97 
29.691,769 
29,630,785 



3e,«<2.943! 

36,437,7361 
36,461,808 



36, 961, 244' 
37.074,774 
37.364,708 
38.349,145 



37,463.033 
37,687,753, 
37,571.793; 
38,686,823 
40,203,693 
40.407,911 
40,301,622 
40,725,468 
41,130,288 
41,322,497 
42,657,737 
44,517,681 
40,313.94s 



50,374,087 
50,598,511 
47,761,536 



60,653,096. 64,1! 

60.752,4051 54.7: 

60,892,024 54,7t 

60,971,116 54,»( 

62,309.468 65.8« 

62,.'n3.208 56.4( 

52,318,691 56,7f 

52.320,981 57,1); 

52,479,4G4' 57,0! 



52,082,3301 56,47 



Table civ. Average circulation of bank notes am] government 
by five-year periods, 1874-1905. 





Five- 


■"— ■ 


Yearly 
ftveraite of 
bank notes. 


ftverag 
andui 








S 

22,672,300 
37,479,660 
31,377,000 
33.140,600 
33,130,678 
50.869.15!) 
63,897.765 


9 

3,71 
4.K 

i 

10,71 
13,1C 


1879-83 


1889-93 

1894-98 


nm-05 (tw 


o jeaw) 





DEPARTMEf/TAL STATISTICS. 

BANKS AND BANKING. 

c cv. Average monthly circulation of Domiuiun n 
tions 188I-190D.' 



7,474,683 
8,4S0,U00 
e,863,083 



SI, SB, MO,, , „ 



7.961,417 
11,027,208 
B, 450,542 
8,211,000 
9,060,000 
9,SS6,OO0 
11,280,135 
13,297,16fi 
13,834,606 
12,1315,875 
10,300,208 ' 
8.137.833 
8,130,US3 
7.B&4,600 
9.363,375 
B,010.667 
7,649,000 
6,941,167 
6,785,702 



760,353 
612.61 
667.123 
603,446 
451,226 
412,276 
36<J.0(K) 
28'l,860 



219.600 
341,821 
216.883 
211.196 
218.921 
232,Ha 
229,868 
1H9.12I 
1'».758 
128,654 



518,400 
683,480 
6^,471 
497.106 
492,788 
471,617 
434,760 
449,644 
473,290 
461,001 



5,454,760 
6,3 [0,554 
5,472.393 
5,076,094 
0,094,316 
6,127,394 
6,331,600 
6,412.826 
6,561,283 
0,788,000 
6,616,048 
6,743,536 
6,980.012 
7,337,530 
7,861,532 
8,524,327 
9,316.354 
9,767.778 



236,166 
246,122 
267,176 



16,601,360 
18.874.459 
ir,407.441 
18,966,006 



23,-29,779 
26,041,660 

28,550,466 
29,062,769 
32.n41 413 
36,163,460 
43,366,837 
48,714.667 



Tablb cvi. Clearing houses of chartered banks, 1901-1905.' 



40,941.259 
599,386.671 
46,738.806 
30,607,315 
134,199,663 



42,465,684 
809,078,569 
54,223,969 
28,680,-— 



90,116,763 

69,003,081 

45,552. 2.'M 

1,066,087,000 

105,749.300 
74,502,M0 
61,876,763 

842,097,066 
74,0: 



S0,499,«ll 

1,324,313,000 
121,216,777 
86.389,061 
52,836,333 

1,047,490,701 
88,460,391 
.H6,890,4«4 



2se 




THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 1 
SAVINGS BANKS. 1 


Tablb OVII. BuaiDBSB of the Poat Office savings banks 1868-1905. |ld 


FiMsl 


Uoka^t 


Depocits 


TrfttiaCer- 

redtrom 


InMreetOQ 


Total cash 


Amaunt 


Amount U ■= 
credit of Opn ■ 


and of 


reooivedio 


(to»'t. B. b. 




and 




Mend of of jar, H 


y«w. 


fiK»l 
JUK. 


joar. 


oK-t 


in jew. 


intereat. 


rayear. 




BO. 


. 


» 


» 


« 


• 


M. 1 


18681.. 


81 


212.607 




939 


313.446 


8,867 


304,589 Ijfl 


1860.. 


313 


927,8(15 




21,096 


948.980 


396,754 


866.814 tSM 


1870 . 


3S6 


1.347,901 




48,689 


l,:)96.69a 


664,566 


1,688.849 a^M 


1871.. 


330 


1.917,671 




84,374 


3,001.860 


1,093,439 


i^jmo v3m 


1872.. 


23n 


2,301,631 




:i8.176 


2.377.806 


1,778,666 


3.oM.a» s^H 


1873, 


339 


2.3Dti,918 




128,933 


2,433.861 


2,323.399 


3,307,063 ^S 


18T*.. 


aw 


2,340,284 




126,273 


2.466,567 


2468.64S 




IBTfi 


3<i8 


1,043.3*; 




120,76^ 


2,063,104 


3.341,979 




1876.. 


379 


1.73fi.a)4 




110.116 


1,836,320 


3.021.458 




18J7 . 


S»7 


1,621,000 




lOtOBB 


1,62&068 


1,726,083 




187M. 


a* 


1,724.371 




103,834 


1 828,305 


1,713,669 




W79,, 


aa? 


l.tt;3.243 




110,913 


3,084,156 


1,733,449 




1S80.. 


3i)7 


a,720.M6 




136.075 


3,856,391 


2,015,813 




1381.. 


304 


4,17N042 




134,905 


4,359.947 


3,097,389 




188S-. 


308 


6,435,«89 


291,065 


6.727,064 


3:461:619 


9L4T3L«a( S^H 


1883, 


330 


fl.82.-.aai. 


407.305 


7,233,871 


4,730,9901 11.978^ O^H 


ISM.. 


SIS 


6,441.439i 


477,487 


6,918,986 


6.649^6U MmW^ SB 


1889.. 


3U 


7,098.469 


6S!',6ei 


7,638,020 5,793,033 16.(«015M^ lUM 


1886 . 


392 


7.lH6.2a7 


607,075 


8.3as.3r2l 6,183,4711 17,IS^3n Ik^H 


1887.. 


41E 


8,272,041: 


692,404 


S.964.445 lt^(98^0l»l l&flOSa SM 


1888 , 




-,72M30| 817.386 


7ffl.6S9 


8,706.354 


7.514.073 ai;n%«8S Mj^ 


1889.. 




7.936.S34 1.086,980 


841.922 


9,864,636 


8.575,0421 81,988tiB U^H 


1890., 




6.S99.896 167.503 


786.875 


7,554,373 


1881.. 


6M 


6.IMn.S72 386.169 


784,431 


7.683,978 


7.875.9781 3t.T3B,Mi ^^H 


1893.. 


«3 


7,0515.003 


734. sai 


7.790^693 


7 2U83a S^SMLM uS^ 


18S8 . 


673 


7,708,!«8 


777.483 


8,488,371; 6.631,979 H.1S^IMC UC^I 


18M. 


699 


I.5W.a86: 218.174 


SK^SDO 


8.S78;9eOi 7.47S^58S; SJ^Si noH 


ItiSB. 


731 


T.*S8,(ie8 493,889 


876s 049 


8,8(^966 7.310^39SXmS oSH 


1896.. 


Tsa 


8.13A.947 149.983 


944.625 


9;633.4M 7,tOG.OG6 SS^ S^H 


1897. 


7T9 


8.2*i00i 1.866.474 


1.034,612 


11.103;!IM 7^487. S^Va SB 


1836.. 


81* 


9.133,693 :».8G» 
8.3ia6» 


982,736 


10,963,287 8,8S3.i;S S^«IMi ^^1 


1899 . 


«38 


1,001,900 


■S^SU^aO 9.08l.863( MJTMi SB 


19W, . 


847 


10.4*8,489 141,ir» 


1,049,«99 


11,698,356 S,9a3LaOS^ f JifS M^M 


l»l , 


990 


11,091.099 


I,13S,»2l 12^8,061 9.T7«.<»' «9BMtf 1<^ 


isra, 


915 


ii.ssift35 uxsm 


l.lt«,9K^ ia.9M.468 io.6i;.«n' <t,^t3i 39 


19« . 


934 


iioeo.ssB 


l,?S4.048l 13.314.8:3 lI.S79.7Sr 44.SSl» SS 


1«M.. 


961 


ii.Tsr.wo 


1.309,567 13.047,507 II.JS3L1S 4S.4n.nc Wm| 


1906.. 


«. 


10.504.430 353.774 


1,3201512 12.077,716 liia9.HH ^Mja SM 




ImiiMK 


tluonly. 










1 

1 



DEPARTMENTAL STATIBTWB. 
SAVINGS BANKS. 



With- 
diawAla in 



I 



292, »»4 
323,138 
4^3.481 

i,oes,28e 

2,442,917 
3.2(K-.R89 
3,»70,289 
2,772,672 
3,911,676 
6,366,358 
4,541),2!I0 
6,240,196 
6,4<)4,li40 



2,9S1,244 
4,101,732 

6,689,174 
4,791,965 



7.090,494 


411,949 


7,0(i7,3SIC 


606,38! 


e,807,fiS2 


676,85; 




046,707 






6,134,911 


795,16^ 










3,086. 93f 


688,415 


2,868.535 


614,0(M 


.■1,156,34( 


B86,»8', 


3,4io,oa; 


5^^8,3li 


3.400,456 




3. 242. art 


B94,28J 






.1,18ti,681 


697,580 


2,706,021 


403,313 




449,186 


2,784,681 


452,401 






2,!I71.5«; 


473,3* 








483,231 


2,817,267 


48H,322 



297,900 
281,360 
311,664 
395,468 
1,142,346 
1,732,873 
2,664,996 
3,508,389 
3,343,170 
3,&74,2<M 
4,687,338 
4.420,991 
4,504,129 



7,672,778 

7,384. 2Bi 

7,816, 1K7 

8,241,615 

6,980,076 

4,364,493 

4,422,488 

3,776.3 

3.472,629 

3,741,333 

3,998,412 

4,001,876 

3,836,561 

3,891,833 

3,784,161 

3,166,333 

2.9e3.e64 

3,236,981 

3,344,286 

3,444,917 

3,537,112 



6,624, 90H 

6,696 171 

5,«9H,ti*- 

6,115,7 

6,609,992 

6,006,992 

6,159,579 

4,698,176 



3,870,891 
5,096,413 
4,092,809 



61,172 
111,308 
328,045 

249,467 
43,779 



370,964 
1,004,795 
2,621,168 
2,666,665 
1,947,870 
1,689,114 
1,916,662 
3,135,907 



5i-T. 



THE CAKADA TEAR BOOS 1995. 
SAVINGa BANKS. 



Table cix. Total b 



19 of Post Office and Dominion Government Mivinj 
banks 186«-1905. 



2,474,346 
3,a86,3r 

4,749,8: 
6,7«7,al 
6.512,636 
4,948,877 
6,432,fl76 
7,090, 72n 
8,632, 6M 
7.960,411 

10,68 

13,636; 422 
13,893,Bfte 
13,349,071 
14,958,939 
35,158.296 



10,82 

13,374.238 

13,372,574 

14,7H!I,126 

15,112,695 

14,617,733 

13,674,471 



1,335,620 
1,487,569 
1,578,9BM 



1,348,526 
1,320,580 
1,365,802 



2,64K,77S 
3.602,348 

.4,970,686 
6.(178.678 
5.811,280 
5,a37,665 
5,72li,900 
7,497,""" 
6,876,111 
8,366,216 



14,806,349 
14,.<<03,2n 
15,454,200 
18,493,916 
15,894,521 
]8;06fl,847 
14,277,024 
11,329,825 

]i,OB6,aoi 

11,531,925 

12,4S4,7HS 
12,690, ■-" 
12,894, 
13,426,277 



14,81 



1,147 



14,121,630 
12,27H,094 
14,876,337 



l,0li2,2,'ja 
1,729,293 
1,792,799 
1,809,834 



i.o3 



5,364,628 
5,300,287 
6,400,997 
6.165,441 
6,619,942 
6,394,746 
8,297,446 
10,355,903 
11.304,782 
ll,«93.66a 
12,299,179 
12,236,060 
12,621, Oe4 
12,691,726 
18,278.518 
12,709,040 
11,402,404 
10,164,673 
11,393,782 
11,280,041 
11,076,457 
12,752,490 
12,946,4*7 
12,146,488 
11,970,330 
13,663,100 
14.043,360 
14,608,846 
lfi,033,312 
15,625,298 



DBPARTMBHTAL 8TAT18TI08, 2 

POST OFFICE, 
ex Bevenne Mid expendiiure ot the Department 1868-1906. 



Fiscal year. 


Net 




Deficit. 


Surplus. 




* 


9 


» 


« 




80B,8C>8 


785,299 




23.668 




758,182 


864,966 


106,773 






788,900 


933,399 


144.494 






8<13,U37 


994,876 


1B1.33H 






918,418 


1,092,619 


176.101 






1.093,616 


1.240.136 


146,630 






1.161.270 


1,370.643 


219,272 






1.172,361 


1.609,113 


336,733 






1.106,737 


i,fM,eoi 


474,W2 






l.m,224 


1.694.708 


ft7J,484 






1,224,S12 


1.716.265 


49n,.S43 






1.117,364 


1,750.267 


U33.WI3 






1.179,978 


1,818,271 


B3B.693 






l,344.97n 


1,870.668 


631.688 






l.M3,309 


1.980.567 


4.'«7.36e 






1.753,079 


3,176,089 


423.010 






1,712,319 


2,312,966 


000.046 






1.790,495 


3,488,316 


097.820 






1.868,165 


2,763,186 


911.031 






\.9MM2 


2,818.907 


864.845 






3,322,789 


3.889, 73M 


»I7,000 






2.920,804 


2,983,321 


701.817 






2.367,389 


3.074,470 


717,081 






2,516,Ka4 


3.161,676 


645,803 






2.652,746 


3,318.120 


663,374 






a,77a,so8 


3,421,303 


647.695 






2,809.341 


3,617,361 


707,930 






3,792,790 


3,693,647 


800, 8W 






2,971.663 


8,762,806 


781.182 






3,2oa,9a« 


3.789,478 


686.640 






3,527.810 


3.676.413 


47,003 






3.182,931 


3.681,849 


398.918 






3,183,984 


3,646,646 


481.662 






3,421,192 


3,837.376 


410.184 






3,888,126 


3,863,017 




B.109 




4,3flH.128 


3,97O,8a0 




366,268 




4.0Sa,826 


4,347.641 




804. 7M 




6,126,373 


4:<»4,628 




4W.84G 



T. 



TBB CANADA YBAJt BOOS 190S. 
POST OFFICE. 



Table cxi, OperKtiona of the money ordi 



1869. 
1870 
1871, 
1B72. 
1873. 
1874 








1878 








1H7H. 
1S79. 




















itw» 








tH84 








iim 








1886 








1888 








I89II 
















1>W^ 








Mm 
































ltW7 
















IKUit 








IWW 
















IWW 
















iim 








1906 










DSPARTMBNTAL STATISTICS. 
POST OFFICE. 
Table czil Money orders bj provinces 1901-190B. 



Provinoea. 



IML 



IMS. 



I9ft<. 



1904. 



No. of money older offlcva ii 



Caokd* 

British Colombia 

, HanitobB 

1 New BruDBviok 

t Nova Sootia 

~ ■ oe Edwud Idniid '. '. 



No. of money orders issued ic 

' British Colutnbi* 

Manitoba 

i New Branawiok 

; Nova Sootia 

(hitario 

Prince Edward Island 

'Quebec 

Northwest territories 

. Tnkon territory 



Receipts for nkoney orders isaupd 



104,766 
73,5BB 
170,091 
666,471 
11,724 



- Canada '17,956,267,23,64(1,402 

British Columhin . - ~- 

Manitoba 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edward Island . . 



1,036,190 



7,705,065 



1,949,697 
l,100,r" 
3,455,330 



2,&28.416| 3,460,116 

647,1921 1,04 

1,034,328 1,62 



1,668,706 
145,295 
136.261 

80,101 
193,843 
736,481 

]3,(>4U 
253,492 

86,(i51 

24,541 



1,221.693 
2,795,686 
10,576,103 



163,016 

160,981 
87,643 
214,236 
798,448 



39,652,811 
2.925, ISB 
2.903,959 
1,847,416 
3,060,631) 

11,493,203 
23^.856 
4.907,871 



1,924,130 
169,888 
1(3,194 

88,388 
204,723 
806,308' 

13,761 



3,466,426 

1,410,827 
2,968,799 
12.316,191 

237,230 
5,702,802 
2,43U,394 

799,144 



S2 TBE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

POST OFFICE. 
Table oxiii. Number and value of postal notes reoeived 1901-1905. 



Dennmi 



11»1. 



1 



1906. 



10.00 

Total notes receivnd . . 
Total value. ... . . . . 

Onmmiasion received . 

Value of Dutes iseued . . 



35.eOT 
51,070 
42,642 



96,008 
4e,09»< 
31,066 



80,509 
114,053 
48,211 



60,507 

140,871 

65,244 

1,431,717 



mm 

so.m 
76,ra 

64,7« 

38,ta 

78,7a 

aw 

ioe.7» 

163,99 
64,711 
106,3!i 
7B,41( 
173.611 
10E,8U 
1,S4S,381 
3,87B,se 
40.SB 



Table csiv. Issue of postage stamps, etc., 1904-1905. 




DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



238 



INSURANCE. 
Table cxv. Fire insurance in Canada 1901-1905. 



;hedule. 



1901. 



companies — 
ash received for 

iums 

irance, return 

iums 

sh received for 

iums 

.mount of poli-j 
ew and renewed 
ount at risk .... 
ount of losses in 

aount paid for 



led claims — 

*esisted 

ted. . 

)m panics — 

ash received for 

iums 

irance, return 

iums 

ah received for 

iums 

imount of poli- 
lewand renewed 
lount at risk.. . . 
ount of losses in 

• •• •••• ••• 

dount paid for 

I 

led claims — 

resisted 

iueQ ... 

I companies — 
ash received for 
iums ..*..... 
irance, return 

inms 

sh received for 

iums 

imount of poli- 
le wand renewed 

lOunt at risk 

ount of losses in 

Qount paid for 



led claims — 

resisted . • 

lueci. ......... 

)anie8 — 

ash recei^red for 

iums 

irance, return 

iums 

sh received for 



iums 



1902. 



$ 

2,400,306 

672,894 

1,727,411 

170,894,095 
221,756,637 

1,005,700 

1,009,899 

77,814 
10,516 

7,583,192 

987,744 

6,595,448 

542,142,232 
694,491,228 

4,890,710 

4,889,192 

290,476 
65,986 

1,574,946 

247,455 

1,327,491 

10^486,527 
122,439,754 

887,207 

875,865 

52,959 
8,361 

11,558,443 
1,908,093 
9,650,350 



3,014,413 

958,620 

2,065,798 

215,145,909 
246,042,580 

873,990 

866,214 

91,189 
7,995 

8,116,770 

1,169,851 

6,946,919 

556,692,825 
695,220,761 

2,806,689 

2,724,487 

352,763 
53,892 

1,836,829 

262,457 

1,574,372 

120,211,152 
133,999,827 

607,883 

562,588 

82,674 
17,100 

12,968,012 

2,390,928 

10,577,084 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



$ 

3,248,219 

965,721 

2,282,498 

216,506,990 
260,637,251 

1,213,577 

1,209,678 

85,112 
4,622 

8,529,967 

1,195,535 

7,334,432 

580,718,663 
727,383,239 

3,738,400 

3,803,764 

279,433 
34,360 

2,062,046 

294,214 

1,767,832 

136,050,121 
152,433,226 

847,302 

857,274 

72,577 
637 

13,840,232 
2,455,470 



$ 

3,878,756 

1,197,481 

2,681,275 

239,2^4,027 
296,888,876 

2,614,204 

2,561,475 

119,506 
9,359 

9,707,618 

1,363,952 

8,343,666 

609,942,293 
745,169,661 

9,206,425 

9,172,919 

283,616 
36,670 

2,496,742 

351,801 

2,144,941 

153,128,785 
172,965,394 

2,371,218 

2,365,140 

63,549 
9,200 

16,083,116 
2,913,234 



$ 

4,695,770 

1,669,334 

3,026,486 

301,816,272 
850,270,766 

1,474,228 

1,408,008 

156,039 
14,046 

10,323,990 

1,740,787 

8,583,203 

649,566,539 
785,219,445 

3,697,409 

3,633,706 

316,612 
28,688 

3,158,101 

468,990 

2,689,111 

188,692,661 
204,566,950 

1,029,027 
966,748 

116,817 
12,500 

18,177,861 
3,879,111 



ll,»ft4,l^*i\ \^,\<^^,'^^ V^'lSfe:^^ 



F 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK I90S. 

INSURANCE. 
Table cxv. Fire ioannuice in Canada 1901-1905 — coDoIndod. 



Groaa sniouilC of pull-i | 

oie8,iiew and renewed 821,532,834' Sg2,{MH,S^ 

Net MnoQDt At riak.. . 1 1,038, 8^,619.1,075, 263, If 

Netamountof luweaini I 

yaar | 6,783,617| 4,288,5f 

Net knmunt paid for i 

'- - ' C,774,ffie. «,152,» 



tJnmttled oUimB- 
Not rpsisled... 
Betrialed 



5,790,273 
5,870,718 



14,191,847; 
I4,0!in,534 



421,249: 



Tabcb cxvi. Premiums received for fire ii 



Cansdina companies. , 

British companies 

American compsuieb. . 
All Hiuipanieu. . . 



1,727. 

6,595,447 
1,927.491 

10^793,5421 9,650,34S 



2.056.793 
6,946,919 
1,574,372 
10,577,084 1 



8.343,«6fl B,SB3,aB 



Table cxvii. Tjos^ea paid for fire insuraace, 1869-1905. 



2S,5ftS,197i 1,009,899. 866,214 

72,074,9li2 4,889,192| 2,724,487 

11.779,182 875,885' 5fi 

109.413,341 f;,774,95B! 4,1B 



1,209.678 

3,803,764 

857,274 



2,561.475 1,4«,W 

9,172,919 3,ea™ 

2,365,1401 9l«.r« 

14,099,534 6.«e.tSI 



of fire corapaniea, 1869-1905. 



Amount 

M risk in 

1905. 



47.998,774 4,963,600.567 69,340,916 
141.468,98413,325,871,346 115,223,003 
28,40«,6l0l 2,348,004,3671 13,796,890 



360,270,766 
785,219,445 
201,566,960 



216,874,368' «),631,fl6,«W \*li,^fe,«»>\,Wft,i».T,lGl 



3!,SUM 

i7,4o».m 

14S,SW.» 



DEPARTMBSTAL BTATIBTIOB. SI 

INSURANCE. 

Table czix. Riabs premiama, cash receipts and paymeDta of fire 
companies 1901-1905. 



iRinks tiiknn tn year 
'Prcuiium* obarged oa 



Cash rtweived for pie- 



Cash inid fui loniiE . 
Rate of prnmium* on 

per c«Dt of riike . . 
Rate of louea paid 

per cmiC of premiu 



Caflh received for pre- 

<1aah paid tor Xoeaa 
Rate of premiuini 

per cent of riali» ... 
Rate of lotsM paid on 

per cent of premiums 



Casb received for pre- 

Caah pnid fur luj^es, . . 
Rate of preiniutni on 

per cent of riak^ , 
Rate of lasHBB paid on 

per oent of premimnB 



170,894,0% 
2,471, 



542,142,: 

7,666,31U 
6,695,417 



1,660,791 

1,327,491 
876.886 



216,146,909 
3,146,912 
2,065,T94 



216,606,990 
3,316,923 



7,334,432 

3,803,762 

1-49 



120,211,182 136,060,: 



821,522,8541 892,049,886 
ll,6e8.9se; 13,087,251 



1-60 



239,234,027 
3,764,219 



609,942,1 

9,670,362 



1-59 
109 94 



153,128,786 
2,677,! 



,002,305,106 1,140,076,372 
16,006,969 18,265,489 



236 

I 



TBE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



INSURANCE. 
Asaets of fire iind inland mari: 



Stocks, 



real estate 

collaterals 

bunds and debentures 

balances and bills receiv- 



601,272 

34,372 

156,827 

6,68ti,3!»3 



Loans un real estate. 

Liians on collaterals. 

Stnckb. bonds and debenturef 
Airante' balancea and bills rec 

able.... 

Cssh on hand and in banks. . 

Intertist due and a<K;rued 

Other uisetB in Canada 

ToUl assets in Canada. . , . 



American ooinpaniea— 

Real estate . ... 

Loans un real estate 

Loans un collaterals 

Stixka, honds and debentures . . . 
Agents' balances and bills receiv- 
able. , . .- 

Cash on band and in banks 

Interest due and accnied 

Other a«sete 

Total assets in Canada 



All cumpaniea — 

Real estate 

Loann nn real oBtale ....... , 

Loans on collatf^raLe 

Stocks, bondb and debentures. 
Age^nte' balances and bills r«ce 

able. 

Cash on hand and in banlu, . . 
Interest dne and accrued .... 

OtberMaeU 

TViIMJ fUMts ID Canada 



2.131,004 

1,451,184 

137,943 



76,800 

33,457 

4,S27,95S 

1,606,676 
713,061 
33,028 
144,977 



4,719,012 

127,901 

10,129,244 



1,314,271 
88.778 



1,924,719 

4,795,613 

211,358 

15,671,473 



154,196 

78,650 

19,651,866 



1,418,387 

117,122 
78,830 
7.677 






1904. 


m 


» 


t 


389,490 

96,742 

^,496 

4,649.401 


411,«l 

man 

14S,4H 
6,4M,(ff) 


l,38fi,432 
773.862 
33.230 
333,642 

7,846,255 


l,Sll,t4S 
9.148,17S 


1,997,614 

^612,157 

in.S- 8 

10,368,278 


],83S.1U 

mm 

11,I60,6« 


616,522 
817.406 
161,747 
78,230 
20,769,762 


ese,im 
iTslflse 

78,SM 
21.956,041 


l,B61,6ly 


3,lU.9a 


201.447 

131.527 

7,790 

6,894 

2,008,377 


227.»1 
132,963 

8,m 

6,8M 
2.489,876 


2,387,104 

K,707,8i)9 

203.301 

16,679,358 


260.786 
18,783.6111 


2.204,401 
1.722,7!I5 
203,767 
316,060 


29S,1» 
33,B94,tf8 



1 DSPABTMESTAL STATISTICS. 

INSURANCE. 
''-^Ble cxii. Liabilities of fire and inland marine companies 1901-^ 



Schedule. 



Cuiadi&ii companies — 

Uneettlai losmu 

Keserve of unearned premiums. 

Sundry items.. 

ToCaI liabilitlca, not includinf; 



xcluding cmpitAl.. 



r li&biliti 



BritUli cflaiiianiea- 

XTnaPttled loBaeH 

^Reserve of oDe&med premiumB. 

Sundry items' 

Total Uabilitiea in CuiacU, not 

inoludingoBpita] 

-c- _i ^_ — J. ij^yiities^ 



Americsn companies — 

Unsettled loBaes 

Reserve of unturned [immLii 

Total liftWlilies'in'Canmiaiii 
eluding capitml. ... .... 

ICxcesB nf a«Bi-ta over liabil 



Capital itock paid up . 



1901. 



419,101 
3.840,147 

60,iaH 



35fi,4fil 
4,BK4,U32 
1,068,469 



1902. 



3EI8.S04 
4,202,842 

30,984 

4,632,«30 

2,520,364 



1903. 



432,079 

4,706,299 

37,964 



1904. 



S,158i290 5,^51^648 
1,056,265 1,02 



90,380 

6,974,041 
3,174,131 



.145,299 
6,036,653 
1,044,345 

7,426,297 

14.630,744 



921,085. 1,107,301 
Cn,383 480,177 



AH companies — 

Unsettled louea 

Keaecve of unearned premiun 

Total Habitirie^ in Cuiada no 
eluding' capital. . 



S6,882l 905,232 81!t.432 844,083 



Kxc 



of B 



r liab 



I 11,250,083 18.035,034 12,927,706 13,980,616 



16,224,^2 
18,369,876 



life branch included. 



238 THE CANADA YEAR BOOK IDO.'i. 

INSUKANCE. 
Tablb cxxii. Csabiacomeof fire and inland marine compnnies 1901 -IMS. 



Schedule. 



InMreHt snddivideadiiDn8tock,e 

Suodry items 

Total caul, incoma 

BriCisb companiiw— 

Net caah for premiuuu 

Interestanddividendaon Btock.eto 

Total cash income.!!! 

Net cash for preiiiiatiii 



tacdijivideiidi 

Sundry iteuiH. ...._.. 
Total cash income . . 
All companies — 
Net oiuih tor preinimna 
IbCereetanddi videnda □ 



lB(ocfc,Bl 



1901. 



Hit,488 

17,710 

6.409,14(1 

6.595,447 
465,420 
19,9: 



7,08 



1903. 



6,946.918 
544,02t> 

27,908 
7,518, S46| 



14,220,l-J3. 16,309,300 

685,969{ 762,096 

37,730 36,490 

14,943.811 16,096,786 



1903. 



863.800 

60,434 

7,476,066 



1904. 



8.343.664 
672,129 
65,419 

9,«il,313 



18,863,800 

93n,r)eD 

77.72S 
19,881,585 



1903. 



8,131,169 

219,461 

14,011 

8, 361,631 

8,£Sa,»! 
738,608 
71.777 



l!l.4U,m 
l,09l,(H6 



Table cxxiii. Caah < 



ind inland manoe < 



CADodiftn companiea— 

Paid for loaaea 

Qeneral expenape. . . . . 
Dividends or boo as 



to share- 



British cumpaniea — 

Paid for ]paaea 

Ganeral expansea 

Dividends or bonua t 



Paid for losses 

General cipensee 

Dividends or bonus 



e«pen<ii- 



4,065,778 
2,032,419 


3,987,114 
2,276,809 


4,.'515.006 
a,512,276 


6,706.662 
2,809,601 


205,964 
6,301,161 


214,175 
6,478,098 


207.331 
7,034,612 


161.604 
9.667,667 


164,979 


460,469 


686.333 


1,119.171' 


4,889,193 
1,853,133 


2.734,486 
1,974,542 


3,803.762 
3,168,153 


9,172,920 
2,324.316 


6,747,316 


4,690.028 


5,971,M4 


11,497,236 


333,627 


2.819,818 


2,023,574 


2,416,0241 


875,S66 
377,960 


665,464 
434,597 


863,099 
488,3t>4 


2,368.303 

686.237 


1,263,826 


1,000,061 


1,351,463 


2 968,540 


140,003 


639,310 


508,160 


731,6631 


9,830,837 
4,368,602 


7.277,064 
4.685,943 


8,981,866 
5,168,792 


18,247,776 
6,719,064 


206,!I64 
14,303,303 


214,175 
12.177,187 


207.331 
H857.989 


161,604 
34,116.483 


638,B08 


3.919,597 


3,118,067 


4,26«,848i 



G,I)2G,«1 
3,30% 9» 



l,710.a6 
1,068,717 



15.577,470 
l,951.K9ll 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



INSURANCE. 
Table cxxiv. Life insurance in Canada 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



ti 



ti 



anadian companies — 

PoUcies new and 
taken up no 

Policies in force at 
end of year 

Policies become 
olftiniwT 

Amonnt of policies 
new and taken up S 

Net amount of pol- 
ioicH in force n 

Net amount of pol- 
icies become claims m 

Amount of premi- 
ums in year m 

Claims paid ] h 

Unsettled claims — 
Not resisted . . . n 
Resisted n 



British companies — 

Policies new and 
taken up no. 

Policies in force at 
end of year ti 

Policies become 
claims n 

Amonnt of policies 
new and taken up $ 

Net amount of pol- 
icies in force' m 

Net amount of poli- 
cies beconxe claims m 

Amount of premi- 
ums in ]^ear H 

Claims paid ^ n 

Unsettled claims — 

Not resisted »t 

Resisted n 



It 



If 



American companies — 

Policies new and 
taken * up ... . no. 

Policies in force at 
end of year 

Polieietj become 
claims 

Amount of policies 
new and taken up $ 

Net amount pf pol- 
icies in force. ... n 

Net amount of pol- 
ices become claims It 

Amount of prem- 
iums in year 11 

Claims paidi.. „ 

Unsettled claims — 

Not resisted n 

Resisted «i 



41,693 

289,653 

2,69? 

38,298,747 

284,684,621 

3,661,972 

9,133,890 
3,458,362 

421,096 
42,408 

1,733 

20,288 

391 

3,059,043 

40,216,186 

891,316 

1,346,666 
871,926 

132,698 
none. 

127,794 

244,119 

3,168 

32,541,438 

138,868,227 

2,639,070 

4,709,298 
2,515,653 

136,285 
1,642 



56,565 

268,870 

2,732 

45,882,167 

308,202,696 

3,431,884 

10,048,204 
3,655,740 

297,897 
3,277 

4 

1,715 

20,966 

379 

3,324,317 

41,656,245 

824,552 

1,415,273 
811,041 

147,526 
none. 

98,110 

251,657 

3,634 

31,346,482 

159,053,464 

2,713,677 

5,614,083 
2,656,263 

208,616 
10,379 



1903. 



1904. 



1906. 



80,926 

301,196 

3,036 

56,169,104 

335,638,940 

3,846,822 

10,882,650 
3,779,745 

288,602 
13,966 

1,706 

21,439 

434 

3,132,904 

42,127,260 

1,141,044 

1,435,317 
1,151,633 

132,363 

8,500 

96,323 

281,188 

4,060 

33,265,797 

170,676,800 

2,684,687 

5,922,297 
2,563,159 



253,132 



81,063 

328,628 

3,701 

69,051,113 

364,640,166 

4,305,616 

11,969,100 
4,146,080 

428,466 
11,000 

1,635 

21,721 

538 

3,109,778 

42,608,738 

1,291,861 

1,473,614 
1,141,044 

214,222 
8,500 

95,356 

306,541 

4,298 

36,145,211 

180,631,886 

3,235,424 

6,536,710 
3,232,715 



222,76ll 



92,667 

366,698 

3,899 

67,348,141 

397,946,902 

4,686,413 

13,947,827 
4,460,332 

513,841 
33,668 

1,962 

22,424 

515 

3,881,980 

43,809,211 

1,188,524 

1,500*232 
1,207,444 

171,995 
None. 

101,233 

329,959 

4,456 

34,486,215 

188,578,127 

3,159,193 

6,632,658 
3,086,069 

*2AT,TV^ 



^ Including matured endowments. 



240 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



INSURANCE. 
Table cxxiy. Life insurance in Canada, 1901-1905 — concluded. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



All companies — 

Policies new and 
taken up 

Policies in force lit 
end of year 

Policies become 
claims 

Amount of policies 
new and taken up 

Net amount of pol- 
icies in force . . 

Net amount of jx)!- 
icies become claims 

Amount of prem- 
iums in year 

Claims paid^ 

Unsettled claims— 

Not resisted 

Resisted 



NO. 



II 



II 
II 



II 

11 



171,220 

484,060 

6,251 

73,899,228 

463,769,034 

7,182,358 

15,189,854 
6,845,941 

690,079 
44,050 



156,330 

541,493 

6,745 

80,552,966 

508,812,305 

6,970,113 

17,077,660 
7,023,046 

654,039 
13,656 



178,954 

603,823 

7,530 

91,567,805 

548,443,000 

7,672,553 

18,240,265 
7,494,537 

674,097 
41,645 



178,044 

656,892 

8,537 

98,306,102 

587,880,790 

8,832,800 

19,969,324 
8,618,839 

865,448 
20,880 



19? 

71i 

I 

105,71* 

630,3^ 

*9,03; 

22,081 
8,75; 

93: 



1 Including matured endowments. 

Table cxxiva. Insurance death rate in Canada, 1901-1904. 





1904. 


1903. 


1902. 


190: 


Companies. 

• 


Number of 
lives ex- 
posed to 
risk. 


Number 

of 
deaths. 


Death 

rate per 

1,000. 


J^eath 
rate. 


Death 
rate. 


Deal 

rate 


1 

Activb companies. .... 
Assessment conapanies. 
Retired companies .... 


631,338 

116,551 

3,281 


6,954 
941 
154 


11 016 

8 074 

46-930 


10-998 

7 103 

34-269 


10-301 

8-559 

39 221 


11 

8 

40 


Total 


751,170 


8,049 


10 715 


10-492 


10 177 


10 







DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 
INSURANCE. . 
Table czxv. Assets of life compaoies 1901-1905. 















ihedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 




« 


t 


• 


% 


I 
















5. tat, 108 


4,979.627 


4,789,303 


4,893,608 


4,792.788 


in real eaUta. . . 


ia,066,aii 


19,597,517 


21,096,906 


23,673,876 


26,704,011 


jn cullaterkU . . . 


3,890,222 


3,596,64(1 


3,152,264 


2:908:206 


3,407,818 


jBds and prem 
























iMinfuTce.... 


6,437,6aS 


7.044,111 


7,942,580 


8,812,039 


9.679,344 














.' bftlancfs anc 


27,Ofi4,ia4 


33,124,86? 


38,839,598 


44,386,666 


49,918,986 


t and rent due 


56.473 


86,371 


106,808 


92.173 


ia4,9(i« 


1,0(M,(M3 


1,044,660 


1,169,647 


1,301.399 


1,417,911 


in hand and in 














1.086.393 


1,471,870 


1,561,988 


1,916,798 


2,736,427 


nding and de- 














2,286.31b 


2,424,535 


2,838,971 


3,150,181 


3,361.049 




1B3.930 


162,887 


117,361 


277 .67f 


306,226 




68,182,117 


73,530,381 


81,531,025 


91,212,360 


102.438,416 


:.n.pani»- 














l,0«.O79 


1.059,052 


913, 66» 


952,645 


851,330 


□nrealeatAW.. 


S,213,l!>6 


7,728,333 


7,362,6011 


7.326,860 


7,289,731 


on caillateralH. . . 


405,200 


468,000 


flfl3,(iO0 


683,600 


163,766 














oliligiHion* DD 














980.483 


1.004,849 


1,036.334 


1,105,862 


1,239,908 


ES. bondH and 












QCur« 

r twlaiiutfl iLnd 
receivable 


12,'JB7,387 


13,296,660 


13,782,036 


11,270,313 


15,180,818 


2,672 


1.774 


1,991 


3,286 


1,938 


Lcurued 

>D hand and in 


127,674 


131,296 


lie.l7« 


122,196 


128,720 




475,920 


616,160 


230,68:4 


200,111 


429,228 


nding and de- 














267,620 


266,,106 


271.246 


382,956 


279,896 




16,736 


15,387 


18,910 


19,377 


17,610 




24,600,867 


24.687, 10« 


24,207,050 


24,746, 20( 


■26,572,842 
























419,944 
603,150 


426,168 
990,100 


OQ real wtiatB. . . 


74.i;634 


71«,'434 


614;4»( 




Nona. 






440,000 




imns and prem- 












_ oliligfttiona on 












If, bonds 'and 


1,017.822 


1,946,946 


3,364.497 


2,699,602 


3,067,600 


i' balances and 

It and n^t due 
auoruad . . 


25.944,340 


37,763,603 


30,216,865 


33,133,730 


34,477,942 


9,498 


« 


10,410 


9,827 


15,034 


87,273 


164.283 


96,733 


108,741 


194,969 


540,8SO 


629,840 


1,009,934 


642,426 


671,648 


nding- and de- 














604,336 


628.127 


664,784 


643,346 


860,509 








94 

36,286,3.^3 


91, 
38,750,572 


1,583 

4C1,6(W,M& 


S:'::::;:;: 


29,835,016 


32,154,59; 



lades cash deponted with govmmaeati. 



^ . INSURANCE. 

Tablb cxxva. Assets of all life compaDies. 1896-1905. * 




■^ Schedule. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


189B. 


IIKB, 






c 

4,799,438 
22,762,467 
2,802,3K> 

6,463,065 
40,224,260 

5B,97S 

965,007 

1,978.627 

2,036,508 

Bfi,319 

81,145,002 


« * •! 


9 

8.337,91* 
27.63G^M 

5e,]BS,« 

ts.m 

I,1I4,M 

1,870,W4 

a,8g8,Stt 

14S,7lff 

111,S11.« 




Lianson real estate... 
Loans on collaterals. . , 
Cash loans and preni- 

policies in force 

^^ Stocks, bonds and de- 

^^m lDter«f>t and rent due 

0^ o^^nd alid'in 
bonks' 

f erred premidma ... 

Other assets 

Tot»Iasset« 


21,(«<T23 

3,193,395 

8,8M,870 

44,649,076 

59,384 

972,077 

1,302,308 

2,173,324 

98,616 

87.396,223 


25,002,162 

3:776:709 

6.430,031 

48,198,671 

65,869 

1,024,068 

2,489,767 

2,865,633 

130,371 

96,271,214 


26,408,659 
4,875.661 

7,269,910 

63,763,007 

78,068 

1,0!J2.828 

1,745,058 

2,666,931 

119,271 

103,992,419 






1901. 


1903. 


1B03. ' 190*. 


1905. 




All companiep — 


f 

6,B68,e07 
28,022,041 
4,295,422 

a,03B,987 

66,976,361 

68,649 

1,218,889 

2,102,193 

3,048.271 

181,57a 

120.517,999 


6,454,437 

28,042.284 
4,064,146 

9,996.706 
74,175,020 

9e,e54 

1,330,239 

2,717,369 

3,217,967 

169.2S8 

130,263,080 


0,121,872 
28,972.945 
3,836, 8(M 

11,343,-111 

82,818.289 

119,209 

1,381,566 

2,792,605 

3,664,801 

167,21 b 

141,217,468 


« 

6.166,197 
31,562,885 
3,931,806 

13,617.393 
91,680,588 
104,286 
1,532.336 
2,759.334 

4.065.433 

297,870 
164,708,128 


1 

6.oeR.m 

3?bSw 

3:671,681 

13,97»,7» 

99,577,7* 

mm 

l,741.aOI 
3,841,i(» 

3s 




Loana on real estate. . 

Usflh loans aad prem 

policies in force 

Stocks, bonds ant 

Agents' balances and 
bills receivable. . , 

Interest atd rent due 
and accrued 

Cuh on hand and in 




ferred premiuma 




Total asset. 




' Includes uaah dtpos 


ted with gov 


eminent by I 


ritish Hud American conipnnles. 


1 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS, 



248 



INSURANCE. 
Table cxxvi. Liabilities of life companies 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1908. 



1904. 



1905. 



^ jian rMMr" — 

*-^ Unsettled claima««« « . . 
'^ Net re-insurance i%* 

serve 

Sundry liabilities 

Total liabilities not 
including capital. . . . 
Surplus of assets ex- 
cluding capital 

Capital stock paid 

«P 



HBritish companies — 

h--^ Unsettled claims. 

p&^ Ket re-insurance re- 
serve 

Sundry liabilities 

Total liabilities not 

including capital 

Surplus of assets ex- 
cluding capital 

Capital stock paid 

«P 



..American companies — 

"* Unsettled claims 

Net re-insurance re- 
serve 

Sundry liabilities 

Total liabilities not 

includmg capital. . . 
Surplus of assets ex 

, eluding capital 

Capital stock paid 
up 



All companies-^ 

Unfcettled claims 

Net re-insurance re- 
serve 

» Sundry liabilities ...... 

l^otal liabilities not 
including capital. . . , 

Surplus of assets ex 
eluding capital. ..... 

Capital stock paid 
upi 



579,398 

59,211,836 
559,641 

60,350i«!0 

5,831,247 

3,189,097 



132,698 

13,268,054 
8,744 

13,409,496 

11,091,871 



137,927 

26,953,640 
188,900 

27,280,467 
2,554,548 



850,018 

99,433,530 
757,285 

101,040,833 

19,477,166 

3,189,097 



S 

480,085 

65,603,652 
491,698 

66,575,435 

6,944,946 

3.48P,781 



147,526 

18,026,895 
9,098 

18,183,519 

11.403,587 



218,995 

29,420,798 
259,783 

29,899,576 

2,255,018 



846,606 

108,051,345 
760,579 

109,658,530 

20,603,551 

3,430,781 



421,421 

72,755,528 
637,369 

73,814,318 

7,819,707 

3,718,702 



140,864 

14,i^,766 

l»,778 

14,726,408 
9,570,64? 



272,320 

31,741,026 
365,965 

32,379,311 

2,907,083 



834,605 

119,063,320 
1,022,112 

120,920,037 

20,297,433 

3,n8,702 



605,862 

80,684,769 
725,975 

82,016,606 

9,195,744 

3,843,707 



222,723 

14,436,515 
13,582 

14,672,820 

10,072,386 



224,142 

34,357,364 

385,858 

34,967,364 
3,783,208 



1,052,727 

129,478,648 
1,125,415 

131,656,790 

23,051,338 

3,843,707 



S 

766,786 

91,272,164 
943,434 

92,982,884 

9,456,080 

4,161,108 



171,994 

14,948,781 
12,187 

15;182,912 
10,439,980 



248,406 

36,576,829 
464,070 

37,289,305 

3,220,239 



1,187,186 

142,797,724 
1,419,691 

145,404,601 

23,116,199 

4,161,108 



1 Canadian oompanieB only. 
I6^-^Y,B, 



244 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK td05. 



INSURANCE. 
Table cxxvii. Cash income of Mip companies 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Canadian oomDanies — 

Net premium income. . 

Consideration for an- 
nuities 

Interest and dividends 
on stocks, etc 

Sundry items 

Total cash income 

British companies- 
Net i)remMim income.. . 
Consideration for an- 
nuities 

Interest and dividends 
on stocks, etc. . . 

Sundry items 

Total cash income 



American companies — 

Net premium income.. . 

Consideration for an- 
nuities 

Interest and dividends 
on stocks, etc 

Sundry items 

Total cash income.. . . 



All companies — 

Net premium income.. . 

Consideration for an- 
nuities 

Interest and dividends 
on stockR, etc 

Sundry items 

Total cash income 



10,891,454 

183,038 

2,655,359 

236,902 

13,866,753 



1,329,543 

17,121 

995,261 

23,657 

2,365,482 



4,668,222 

41,078 

1,011,861 

11,071 

5,732,232 



16,889,219 
241,237 

4,562,481 

271,530 

21,964,467 



12,077,903 
394,687 

2,972,874 

309,603 

15,765,067 



1,396,019 

20,253 

1,023,.363 

31,159 

2,469,794 



5,553,701 

60,381 

1,141,569 

14,576 

6,770,227 



19,026,623 

475,321 

5,137,806 

355,:«8 

24,995,088 



$ 
13,577,277 

305,934 

3,272,592 

412,205 

17,568,008 



1,422,976 

12,342 

1,071,293 

28,185 

2,534,796 



5,904,294 

18,002 

1,361,773 

15,761 

7,299,830 



20,904,547 
336,278 

5,705,658 

456,161 

27,402,634 



s 

15,295,341 

345,324 

3,693,689 

373,379 

19,707,733 



1,462,134 

11,380 

1,117,625 

25,672 

2,616,811 



6,427,403 

109,305 

1,345,375 

18,678 

7,900,661 



23,184,878 

466,009 

6,156,689 

417,629 

30,225,205 



I 

17,91 

41 

4,2! 

81 

23,51 



1,4J 



1,1- 

1 

2,6! 



6,5S 

3 

1,36 

2 
8,02 



26,06 

47 

6,83 

92 

34,30 



\ 



\ 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



M5 



INSURANCE, 
cxxviii. Cash expenditure of life companies 1901-1905. 



lule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904: 



1905. 



npanies — 
to policy- 

penses 

to st^xik- 

nditure 

income over 
ure 


$ 

4,890,754 
3,262,458 

128,441 
8,281,653 

5,685,100 


$ 

5,086,307 
3,757,986 

100,264 
9.034,567 

6,720,510 


s 

5,516,778 
4,443,827 

202,787 
10,163,392 

7,404,616 


s 

6,054,778 
5,019,467 

217,719 
11,291,964 

8,416,769 


s 

8,225,674 
. 6,707,644 

218,a'M 
14,162,062 

9,430,610 


anies — 
to policy- 

penses 

to stock- 


978,447 
258,031 


914,282 
279,144 


1,279,610 
277,950 


1,300,602 
282,673 


1,360,862 
289,437 


nditure 

income over 
ure 


1,236,478 
1,129,004 


1,193,426 
1,276,368 


1,557,560 
977,236 


1,583,175 
1,033,686 


1,640,289 
1,060,660 


mpanies — 
to policy- 

penses 


3,123,924 
1,066,371 


3,397,882 
1,198,528 


3,491,976 
1,296,755 


4,448,979 
1,467,806 


4,220,078 
1,460,940 


nditiire 

income over 
ure 


4,189,295 
1,542,937 


4,595,910 
2,174,317 


4,788,731 
2,511,099 


5,916,785 
1,983,876 


5,681,018 
2,347,367 


?s— 
to policy- 

• • • • ' « • • 

penses 

to stock - 


8,993,125 
4,585,860 

128,441 
13,707,426 

8,257,041 


9,397.971 
5,235,658 

190,264 
14,823,893 

10,171,195 


10,288,364 
6,018,532 

202,787 
16,509,683 

10,892,951 


11,804,359 
6,769,846 

217,719 
18,791,924 

11,433,281 


13,796,504 
7,458,021 

218,834 


nditure 

income over 
ure 


21,478,859 
12,828,517 



in companies only. 



246 



THE CA'NADA TEAR BOOK 1905, 



INSURANCE. 
Table cxxix. Payments to life policy-holders 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1901 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Canadian companies- 
Death claims 

Matured endowments. 

Paid annuitants 

Paid for surrendered 

policies 

Dividends paid policy- 
holder 

Total, paid policy-hold- 
ers 

British conipanies — 

Death claims 

Matured endowments. 

Paid annuitants ... . 

Paid for surrendered 
policies 

Dividends paid policy- 
holders 

Total paid policy-hold- 
ers 

American companies — 

Death claims 

Matured endowments . 

Paid annuitants 

Pail for surrendered 
policies 

Dividends paid policy- 
holders 

Total paid policy-hold- 
ers 

All companies — 

Death claims 

Matured endowments . 

Paid annuitants 

Paid for surrendered 

policies . . . . 

Dividends paid policy- 
holders 

Total paid policy-hold- 
ers 



3,046,450 
826,053 
110,100 

494,800 

413,342 

4,890,754 



708,979 

162,947 

16,499 

74,576 

15,446 

978,447 



1,675,435 
840,220 
. 35,212 

246,392 

326,665 

3,123,924 



5,430,873 

1,829,220 
161,811 

815,768 

755,453 

8,993,125^ 



3,099,619 
917,616 
126,801 

487,207 

455,064 

5,086,307 



626,002 

185,041 

16,450 

75,641 

.11,148 

914,282 



1,796,541 

859,722 

43,785 

407,798 

289,536 

3,397,382 



5,522,162 

1,962,379 

187,036 

970,646 

755,748 



3,368,736 

1,008,152 

151,447 

525,132 

463,311 

5,516,778 



780,309 

371,324 

17,245 

93,242 

17,490 

1,279,610 



1,811,377 

751,783 

43,867 

474,476 

410,473 

3,491,976 



5,960,422 

2,131,259 

212,559 

1,092,850 

891,274 



$ 

8,720,458 

1,050,922 

166,211 

606,292 

510,896 

6,054,778 



829,486 

311,558 

16,947 

97,528 

45,083 

1,300,602 



2,390,000 

842,715 

44,616 

698,873 

472,775 

4,448,979 



6,939,944 
2,205,195 

227,774 

1,402,693 
1,028,753 



\<Ji,*ffi»,^ \V%H,869 



\ 



4,06S 

1,32( 

191 

94! 

1,69 

8,22 



85 

35 

1 

7 

4 

1,35 



2,3(1 
5 

6C 
47 

4,22 



\ 



7,21 

2,4S 

27 

1,62 

2,21 

18,75 



DEPAMTMBVTAL BTATISTICB. 

INSURANCE. 
«CJni. Life imrarMioe iwned kod terminftteH 190^-1901. 



312. 680. (KM 

58.756.768 

B9b.7fi6 

ta3,768j 

2,946,485, 
1^70.441: 
US. MS: 

3.047.471: 
17.629,413 

1,695,!M7l 



»«;826,6S7 

63,610,690 

876,7961 

33,eGI{ 

3.339,221: 
1,011,047 

610,183 
3.217,3421 
19.711.9221 

1102,6641 
G.62»,043| 



370.268,803 

73, 060,733 

1.118.096 

80. SM 



Q force at end uf ym 
n forMfintof ye»r. . 



ulioies revived 

olioie» cbnuged and inoreued. . , 
It of [KdiGJea tenninaced by— 



42,228,901 

3.441,677 

172.781' 

11,S96 



24,500 

481,551 

1.119,005 

87,823 

213, 4S0 

3,112.141 

42,742,822 

159,299,984 

33,921,712 

475,112 

098,301 

1,938,201 

760,805 
2,723,383 
2.741,323 
13.400,499 

826,782 



23,316,4 



6,818.561 
aa.ai i.ni i ; 40,520,976 
)69,875.3r3l 4(M,004,86O 

42,742,822 43,191,535 
3,404,100 1,335,;44 
199,909 

34,156 

841.006 
363.907 
42.500 
349.078 



182,660 
3,221,326 

43.191,534 

170.948,698 

37,111,701 

477,185 



2.407.921 

833,785 
3,011,506 
2,942,091 
14,630,184 
3,031.983 
1,123,341 
27,080,814 
1BU,663,916 



180,653,967 

35,990,176 

923,043 

321,788 

2,382,067 
791,064 
3,628.777 
3,383,407 
15,985,626 
1,066,914 



l,80e,0< 



96,120,167 

1,543, 6W 
1,233,660 



594,112,296 

113,391,653 

2;341,046 

436,147 



^anddtwreue 

terminated 

lut in torce at end rf year. . 



6,270,345 6,609,66 

82,164,617 30,619,17 

2,090,502 4,033,20 

6,477.315 7,836.04 

68,589,861 aB,Ma,1( 



8,102,714 
39,369,403 
2,436,256 



7-flB CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905, 
INSURANCE. 
Table cxxxi. New life policies isBued 1903-]905. 



Hohedule. 


1903. 


1904. 


IMfi, 


CanwliBD companiea— 












<(i.e4i 


60,396 


69,98 


AmounC life rioliciFa 


... S 


39,366,4X3 


42,4.'iO,8a 


*9.1«,™ 






ao,B6^ 


21,867 








16,091,531 


17,947,221 














^H 4™„„„, ,„„„ ,„A .11 ^K^- ,«TW- 


... s 


3.325,997 


3,052,70! 


4,9e6,» 






84,031 


69,941 
83,972 




^^ n'.. all puliciea 




'fl^W 


























670 
1,S61.960 


637 

1.378,907 






1,878,0 
















1,623.436 


1.600,491 


3,071.1 


No. term and all otber polidun 




71 






Amount term »Dd all other policie*. . . 




324,191 


381,521 














No. all polieiea 






1.78. 


2,1- 


Amoiml all policien 




3,441,6T7 


3,«>4.100 


4.33S.T 


No. lifo policies 










AmuHiit life pi-lioies 




i4,2e2,ote 


16,660,181 


16.871,4 
















17,837,856 


17.484,966 


17,888,7 


No. term »Dd flU other policiw. 




l,21t 






AmoniiC tt>nti and nil other pollcieB . . . 




1,717,046 


3.813.721 


1.772.0 


Bonus additions 




114, 7« 










33,921,712 


37.111,761 


35,974!! 


Amount all jBliciei. 




No. life policiee 
















8S.1 




54,879,411 


69,498,91S 




No. ODdowmant policies 




107,771 
















No. term and bII other poUciea 




3,1» 


3,831 




Amount term nad all other policiea. . . 


« 


6,367,232 


7,247,951 


6.387.t 








246,98; 




_ No. all polioi™ 




184,301 


lS3,8fi: 




^^ AraoiiQtaK policies 











\ 



DEPA.BTUByTA.L 8TATISTI0B. 
INSURANCE. 



I^ABLB oxxxii. PoUcies of kll life claues ic 


force at end of ^ear 


903-1905. 


Schedule. 


1908. 


1904. 


1906. 




192,988 

230,369.736 

97,188 

88,899.881 

11,066 

17,366,822 

4;209;i58 

301,182 

3«,828,6B7 

11,678 

23.030.6.t7 

9,546 

16,806,189 

314 

1.192.426 

2.713,670 

21,489 

42,742,822 

81,938 

96,210.338 

1S8,.H45 

67,557,4fi8 

10,906 

ie.473.(>19 

707.373 

281,189 

170,948,698 

286,486 
349,600,711 

295,018 
162,263, 6S8 

36.022,767 

7,630.101 

6a'i,810 

664,617,117 


212,772 

219.606,291 

106.791 

98,623,606 

11.117 

17,f!13,404 

4,132.070 

329,710 

869,876,873 

11,474 

*'« 

16,272,961 

367 

1.464,007 

2.648,694 

2i;721 

43,191,536 

88,.'i20 

103.465,018 

208,901 

62,064,610 

9,323 

14,225,613 

898,644 

306.643 

180,663,915 

312,666 

376.887,32& 

321,672 

176.961,166 

20,836 

33,293,024 

7,679.308 

667.974 

693,720,8id 




Amount lite polici™ 


C 


272,668,670 

m;428 




107,781,014 




• 


18,831.966 

4,733,310 

366:698 

401,004,860 






• 


Amount UfepQlici«.. 


• 


23,467,169 
17.15^816 




* 


AmouDt term and all other poliaies 


• 


1,707,974 

2,428,849 

22,424 

44,747,307 

91.306 

108,867.895 

228,997 

66,141,680 






s 

s 
1 


No. lifepoEt. 

.\mouDt life policies 

Amount endowment policieB 


Amount Wrm tind &11 other pdiciea 

Amount of bonuses 


s 


13.019,080 
830,455 


Amount ftU policio. 


$ 


188,852,110 


Amount life policies 


s 


404.973.634 

353,788 
191,079,609 


Amount widowmcnt policies 


f 


Amount term and all other policies. , . . 


* 


33,669,020 
7,992,114 

718,090 
6aTJWA,'flT. 




Amount all policies 


* 



F 



TUE CANiDA TEAR ROOK 190.5. 
INSURANCE. 
Tablk cxxxiii. Premium 



"1 



of life companies 1875-1905. 



CanwliM 


British 




comp«u«. 


oimpBiiies. 


oompanie.. 


S 


« 


$ 


707.356 


S2:{,29t! 








i,437.eii 


7Vn.31f 


677.36^ 


1,299,721 








fll8,34F 


66S,87f 


1,121,5.17 


1,039,34] 




1.102,(Bt 








l,562,08f 


074,362 


1,308, 15f 










744,327 


l,Blfl,991 


2,092,986 


803, ast 


1,733.015 








2,825,11' 


890,335 


2,285,951 




9JS,e6r 




4,460,59f 


978,847 


2,7S5,-IO.' 


3,921,13] 


1,022,36! 


3,0W),65; 


4,268,92( 


1,030.47{ 




4,729.94( 


1,088,8« 


3,251, 59t 


e.l66,0W 






6,486,03] 


1,079,38( 




6,702,78; 




3,452.20! 




















7.806,17'i 


1,27b. 22! 


3,957,301 








9,]33,89( 




4,709,29f 


10,048,20. 


l,415,Zri 


6,614,08; 








11,969,10( 


I,473,5H 











3,m.ts 
2,8aMlii 
2.647,4IR 
2,Sia677 
2,606,797 

a,7ai4« 

3,0M,n 
3,544,ie 
3,774,7* 
4,13U1 
4,619,« 
6,196.T» 
6,001,4tt 
6,5ei,SU 
8.224,S« 
8,004, Ul 
K,417.702 
9,07n,3M 
9.6S2.7T» 
9,«iB,Kl 
I0,Z9&»I 
]0,602.tiW 
lL,21&,gU' 
ii,SHlti 
13.038,7in 
15,006,941 
t6,lS9,SM 
17,077,660 
lH,240,ait 
19.!l«K,S9t 
22,080,71]: 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



251 



INSURANCE. 
Table cxxxiv. Net life insurance in force 1875-1905. 



Calendar year. 



Canadian 
companies. 



$ 

21,957,296 

24,649,284 

26,870,224 

28,656,556 

33,246,543 

37,838,518 

46,041,591 

53,855,051 

59,213,609 

66,519,958 

74,591,139 

88,181,859 

101,796,754 

114,034,279 

125,125,692 

135,218,990 

143,368,817 

154,709,077 

167,475,872 

177,511,846 

188,.326,057 

195,303,042 

208,655,459 

226,209,636 

252,201,516 

267,151,086 

284,684,621 

308,202,596 

335,638,940 

364,640,166 

397,936,902 



British 
companies. 

$ 

19,455,607 
18,873,173 
19,349,204 
20,078,533 
19,410,829 
19,7^9,863 
20,983,092 
22,329,368 
23,511,712 
24,317,172 
26,930,272 
27,225,607 
28,163,329 
30,003,210 
30,488,618 
31,613,730 
32,407,937 
33,692,706 
33,543,884 
33,911,885 
34,341,172 
34,837,448 
35,293,134 
36,606,195 
38,025,948 
39,485,344 
40,216,186 
41^556,245 
42,127,260 
42,608,738 
43,809,211 



American 
companies. 



$ 

43,596,361 

40,728,461 

89,468,475 

36,016,848 

33,616,330 

33,643,745 

36,266,249 

38,857,629 

41,471,554 

44,616,506 

49,440,735 

55,908,230 

61,734,187 

67,724,094 

76,319,392 

81,591,847 

85,698,475 

90,708,482 

94,602,966 

96,737,705 

96,590,352 

97,660,009 

100,063,684 

105,708,154 

113.943,209 

124,433,416 

138,868,227 

159,053,464 

170,676,800 

180,631,886 

188,578,127 



All 
companies. 

$ 

85,009,264 
84,250,918 
85,687,903 
84,751,937 
86,273,702 
91,272,126 
103,290,932 
115,042,048 
124,196,875 
135,453,726 
149,962,146 
171,315,696 
191,694,270 
211,761,583 
231,963,702 
248,424,567 
261,475,229 
279,110,265 
295,622,722 
308,161,436 
319,257,581 
327,800,499 
344,012,277 
368,523,985 
404,170,673 
431,069,846 
463,769,034 
608,812,305 
548,443,000 
587,880,790 
630,324,240 



THE CAJiADA YEAR BOOK 190S. 
INSURANCE. 



Table cxxxv. Life 



n oasessment plan 190I-I903. 



Canadian onrapanieH— 

No. certiGcscra Uktin. 

No osrtificotiw beooniB clftima. . 
Amoant paid hy members. ,' , $ 
Amount of CBrtifloates pew 

and taken up. n 

Nel amonnt in force ■• 

Amount of oartificatea b<«onie 

clflimB.. . II 

Clnime paid 

TI^nsBttted claim*— 

Not THBittod " 

R*«iBted II 

Anjount terminated by — 

Death 

Surrender, djtpiry or lapse. ■ " 
Total terminated .1 



1901. 1902. 



11,470 
1,437.9»4 



1904. 1909. 



1,246,466 

1,227,633 

193,423 



1,160,789 
5,*3.\711 
8,686,600 



l.W2.TBa 

6,3fi6,MS 
7,389,3« 



Table cxxsvi. Assets of life oompanies on aBseasmenb plan 19O1-I90S. 



^ Sobodnle. 

t 

Canadian companiea — 

R«J estate 

Loans on real eetate. 

Stocks, bonds and debentures. 
Cash on hand and in banki. , . 
Aglets' balances and bills 

oeivflble 

Intervsc and rent due and 

, Does from mambers ...... , 

W Oa>er»»»eU 

^^?bt>l'»>t<. 



696,713 
2,776,743 
1,346,417 

487,748 



743,369 7& 

3,0sn,011 3,4& 

1,786,935 1,935,049 

648,227 1.224,354 



82,376 ^ 
42,163 8 
.lu,^- U4,M1 12^Mv« 
6,6a,«l\\ a,m,iwi\ •l,'^,«fc 



154,160 

66,721 

184.913 

8,798,T»4 



4,471.»S 

3,ee3,4U 

463,4M 



99,670 

66,74? 
0,918,457 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



253 



INSURANCE. 

Table cxxxvii. Liabilities of life companies on assessment plan 

1901-1905. 



Bchedule. 



Canadian companieB — 

Claims unsettled 

I>ue on aoLOunt of general 

expenses 

Oth«>r liabilities. 

Tocal liabilities, not including 

reserve 



1901. 



$ 



314,174 

7,917j 
73,555 

.')95,646 



1902. 



$ 



369,248 

8,622 
120,654 

498,524 



1903. 



1904. 



$ 



399,33C 

11,949 
188,213 

599,492 



471,132 

12,670 
273,938 

757,740 



1905. 



$ 



317,457 

6,223 
341,001 

664,681 



Table cxxxviii. Income of life companies on assessment plan 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



moi. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Canadian companies — 

Assessments 

Fees and dues 

Interest. 

Other receipts 
Total income 



9 


9 


$ 


$ 


$ 


2,928,719 

275,788 

150,228 

7,699 

3,362,434 


3,178,250 

297,391 

221,618 

9,975 

3,707,2,34 


3,378,981 

303,071 

258,971 

12,682 

3,953,705 


3,595,936 

316,724 

274,546 

8,812 

4,196,018 


3,715,408 

332,401 

321,549 

15,402 

4,384,760 



Table cxxxix. 



Expenditure of life com pan' es on assessment plan 
1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Canadian companies- 
Paid to members 

General expenses 

Total expenditure 

Kxcess of income over expendi 
tuie 



2,031,281 

669,099 

2,700,380 

662,054 



2,042,134 

741,703 

2,783,837 

923,397 



\ 



$ 

2,160,836 

592,712 

2,753,548 

1,200,157 



\ 



2,540,587 

590,058 

3,130,645 

1,065,37^ 



\ 



2,585,085 

583,468 

3,168,553 



26i 



THE CJLNADA YEAR BOOK JM£. 



INSURANCE. 

Table cxl. Assets of companies doing business of accident, 8ickne8% 
guarantee, plate glass, burglary guarantee and steam boiler insurance 
1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



Canadian companies- 
Real estate 

Loans on real estate 

Loans on collaterals 

Stocks, bonds and debentures. . 
Agents' balances and bills re- 
ceivable 

Cash on hand and in bank 

Interest due and accrued 

Outstanding and deferred pre- 
miums 

Other assets 

Total assets. . 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



64,350 

27,119 

23,500 

1,254,048 

4,199 

245,588 

14,114 

83,353 

44,834 

1,760,605 



$ 

67,850 

36,738 

10,500 

1,402,333 

8,003 

252,096 

12,906 

94,693 

50,244 

1,934,858 



$ 

63,350 

44,673 

9,330 

1,528,312 

17,313 

221,689 

12,722 

110,457 

50,563 

2,058,409 



$ 

60,350 

88,719 

9,380 

1,688,218 

18,658 
260,998 

12,844 

129,700 

55,187 

2,224,004 



1905. 



61,975 

48,037 

12,500 

2,028,785 

22,654 

392,698 

17.864 

172,086 

75,010 
2,831,600 



Table cxli. Liabilities of companies doing business of accident, sickness, 
guarantee, plate glass, burglary guarantee and steam boiler insurance 
1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 

73,968 

360,104 

24,174 

458,246 
1,302,359 


1902. 


1908. 


1904. 


1905. 


Canadian companies — 
Unsettled losses 


53,221 

395,882 

44,675 

403,278 
1,441,580 


'59,609 

483,326 

19,316 

562,251 
1,496,158 


% 

110,936 

521J347 

41,995 

674,278 
1,549,726 


1 

109,184 


Reserve of unearned premiums . . . 

Sundry items 

Total liability, not including 

capital 

Excess of assets over liabilities . . . 

• 


649,008 
46,414 

803,601 
2,027,999 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



255 



INSURANCE. 

iBLE cxLii. Income of companies doing business of accident, sickness, 
guarantee, plate glass, burglary guarantee and steam boiler insurance 
1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



nadian companies — 

^et cash for premiums 

nterest and dividends 

stocks, etc 

bndry items .... 

Total cash income 

lecei ved on account of capital . . . 





1901. 


1002. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 




$ 

620,045 

68,877 

3,219 

682,141 

740 


$ 

699,931 

63,630 

14,705 

778,266 

46,52£ 


$ 

869,707 

70,509 

2,757 

932,973 

1,050 


9n,682 

74,922 

4,004 

1,050,508 

6,967 


1,192,393 
84,064 


OB 


• • • 


94,712 
1.371,169 


I... 


265,623 



lBLE cxliii. Expenditure of companies doing business of accident, sick- 
ne8S, guarantee, plate glass, burglary guarantee and steam boOer 
insurance 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


nadian companies — 

Paid for losses 

jreneral expenses 

Dividends or bonuses to stock- 
holders. .. 

Fotal cash expenditure. . . 


210,421 
322,139 

47,883 
580,443 


237,028 
371,855 

58,563 
667,446 


307,016 
434,221 

54,883 
796,120 


$ 

379,763 
500,123 

55,562 
935,448 


$ 

446,977 
583,514 

166,767 
1,197,258 



266 THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

INSURANCE. 

Table cxliv. Bagiiiess in Canada of guarantee, accident, plate gla^s, 
employf-ra' liability, burglary guarantee, si earn boiler, personal properlj, 
inland transit, sicknesa and contract insuruDce 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


19(^ 


190S. 


1904. 


19C6. 


Busineas guarantee intu 


- 






















Pulidea, new and 














8.444 


9.366 


10,619 


11,404 


13.91 


Polioiea in torcB at 












end of year' . ..... 


7.732 


8,681 


9,804 


10,773 


U396 


tremiuiKB of the 












y«ftr 8 


116,305 


125,435 


144,122 


166,726 


ifflt,a7i 


AiooiuiC, of polioieB, 












Net amount in force 
at end of year .. . .. 


26,949.138 


33,542,586 


37,602,541 


43,432,400 


6i.asa,aH 


23.878,309 


29,63S,2S9 


33,566,841 


38,860,465 


46.006,039 


14,934 


17,316 


29,847 


37,089 


4<i,ffi7 


ae,775 


10,110 


26,114 


25,308 


36,7CS 


Uneettled olaima- 












NotrewBted 


8,749 


9,337 


5,575 


15,101 


ii,;« 


Rcaiated. ....... .• 


None. 


None. 


3.500 


6,200 


2,fl» 


Accident insurance— 












PoIioicB, new and 












renewed no. 


49,64G 


67,837 


65,800' 


65,230= 


«,070= 


Polinien in force at 












end of year 


45,487 


52,758 


49,032= 


56.844' 


68,617' 


PrtmiuniB of the 












y(«r 8 


775,990 


911,340 


721,092 


806,668 


996,57* 


Amount of policies, 












new and renewed. „ 
Net amount in force 
at end of year. . .. 


121,727,447 


138.615,459 


134,044,337 


144,180,341 


I76,101,BIfi 


111, SSI, SIS 


121,686,231 


111.002,808 


124,720,747 


153,227.781 


LoBSea incnrrpd in 














4I.%2fi7 


,189.636 


288,051 


361,623 


378.(M 


ciiimBiMiid: :.■.:: „ 


39G,0ti0 


380,273 


318,484 


336,643 


362,09! 


Unsettled olaima- 












Notreeisted >. 


ia,067 


108,12<t 


44.583 


ee,fiee 


66,1U 


Resisted „ 


8,5W) 


12,220 


5,000 


2,000 


m;w 


PUte glass insurance- 












Policies, new and 












renewed so. 


B,622 


6.273 


6.086 


5.7SI 


fl.fiS 


Policies in force at 














12,793 


13,055 


12,597 


14,406 


15,691 


Pram i urns of the 












year .... S 


74,9B6 


87,614 


BO, 411 


102,891 


IHBST 


Ainount of policies. 












new and renewed^ „ 


96.182 


85.300 


97.998 


_ 385,620 


196.731 


Net amount in force 


12S,loa 










at end of year". . . S 


144,646 


163,B09 


32.t.916 


347.49 


1 Number of poUcies, 


new and ren 


wed and in fc 


rce, of the G 


acantae Co. 


t N. A., not 


included. 












" Number of policie. 


, new and 


enewed and 


in force, of 


the Ocean } 


ccident ud 


Guarantee not lucludHd. 












> New York Plate G 


ass Co, only. 










Nore. Three plate ^ 


.ass compani 


a transact tb 


IS class of b 


oflinesB on th 


e ayatein of 


rep/aceroen t, and their re 


ucnBdo^t 


bow eiT.\iet t 




SwAaiduiing 


UieycM-or 


Aeajuouut in/orueat th 


eend. 











/ 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 
INSURANCE. 



257 



Table cxliv. Business in Canada of guarantee, accident, plate glass 
employers' liability, burglary guarantee, steam boiler, personal property, 
inland transit, sickness and contract insurance 1901-1905 — con. 



Schedule. 



I 



Plate glass insurance— 

con. 
Losses incurred in 

year $ 

Claims paid » 

Unsettled claims — 

Not resisted n 

Resisted u 



1901. 



34,953 
35,245 

498 
none. > 



1902. 



36,239 
35,335 

1,391 
none. 



1903. 



1904. 



35,726 
34,915 

2,013 
none. 



37,866 
36,579 

3,171 
none. 



1905. 



43,989 
43,326 

1,272 

none. 



Employers* liability insu- 
rance- 
Policies, new and re- 

newed^ . . .no. 

Policies in force at 

end of y earl n 

Premiums of the 

year $ 

Amount of policies, 

new and renewed, n 
Net amount in force 
at end of year. . . 
Losses incurred in 

^GAT* •-••• ••••• 

Claims paid 

Unsettled claims— 

Not resisted . ... 

Resisted 



u 



II 



Burglary guarantee in- 
surance — 

Policies, new and re- 
newed NO. 

Policies in force at 
end of year n 

Premiums of the 
year $ 

Amount of policies, 
new and renewed n 

Net amount in force 
at end of year. . . n 

Losses incurred in 
year. m 

Claims paid m 

Unsettled claims — 
Not resisted .. . n 
Resisted ^ . . . n 



1,715 

1,592 

17,918 

2,459,652 

2,324,045 

3,573 
2,872 

none, 
none. 



1,624 

1,530 

18,257 

2,690,462 

2,531,107 

3,573 
3,730 

524 

none. 



2,400 

2,337 

402,861 

23,356,599 

22,673,266 

188,985 
190,708 

58,245 
none 



1,702 

1,614 

24,730 

3,027,460 

2,904,981 

7,566 
6,300 

1,797 
none. ( 



2,852 

2,700 

495,834 

27,134,866 

26,221,616 

266,335 
244,066 

104,040 
3,093 



1,606 

1,526 

21,048 

3,159,341 

3,024,891 

7,397 
7,420 

1,647 
none. 



3,399 

2,738 

542,470 

30,572,000 

28,386,250 

251,%9 
271,203 

95,181 
none. 



2,054 

1,930 

33,023 

3,986,894 

3,832,669 

7,288 
8,471 

401 
none. 



1 Number of policies, new and renewed and in force, oi \.Vvfe Ocfew\ kocv!5k%T>L\.^sA^\sajt- 
antee Co,, not included, 
17—Y,B, 



258 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
INSURANCE. 



Table cxliv. Business in Canada of guarantee, accident, plate glass, etn- 
ployers' liability, burglary guarantee, steam boiler, personal property, 
inland transit, sickness and contract insurance 1901-1905 — con. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Steam boiler insurance- 
Policies, new and 

renewed no. 

Policies in force at 

end of year n 

Premiums of the 

year $ 

Amount of policies, 

new and renewed 
Net amoimt in force 

at end of year . . 
Losses incurred in 

year . . . . . 

Claims paid 

Unsettled claims — 

Not resisted ..... 

Resisted 

Personal property insur- 
ance — 

Policies new and re- 
newed NO. 

Policies ill force at 
end of year u 

Premiums of the 
year .....$ 

Amount of policies, 
new and renewed it 

Net amount in force 
at end of year . . . n 

Losses incurred in 
year i 

Claims paid tt 

Unsettled claims — 

Not resisted m 

Resisted m 

Inland transit insur- 
ance — 

Policies,new and re- 
newed NO. 

Policies in force at 
end of year m 

Premiums of the 
year .... $ 

Amount of policies, 
new and renewed 

Net amount in force 
at end of year . . . 

Losses incurred in 
year 

Claims paid 

Unsettled claims — 
Not resisted .... 

Resisted 



787 

1,301 

40,416 

2,702,475 

5,021,775 

1,195 
1,195 

none, 
none. 



2,042 

none. 

19,106 

66,189,922 

none. 

3,6.50] 
2,500 

none. 



716 

1,352 

36,264 

2,366,475 

5,357,275 

2,886 
2,886 

• none, 
none. 



2,147 

none. 

33,094 

110,966,770 

none. 

448 
1,525 



757 

1,422 

39,017 

2,935,525 

5,836,775 

7,236 
7,236 

none, 
none. H 



822 

1,552 

49,600 

3,302,275 

6,509,925 

3,347 
3,347 

none, 
none. 






1,630 


1,512 


none. 


none 


38,323 


40,078 


104,788,745 


132,934,049 


none. 


none. 


12,960 
12,960 


14,379 
14,379 



6» 

1,429 

40,d06 

2,652,700 

6,501,700 

890 
890 

none. 
ncHie. 



81 

68 

19,582 

506,950 

418,950 

202 
. 176 



3 



none. 



1,064 
none. 



V Tione. I 

\ TkSSGk<&« \ 



152,068,519 
none. 

12,004 
12,004 

nona 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS-^ 



259 



INSURANCE. 

-^-^BLE cxLiv. Business in Canada of guarantee, accident, plate glass, em- 
ployers' liability, burglary guarantee, steam boiler, personal property, 
inland transit, sickness and contract iasurance, 1901-1905 — concluded. 



Schedule. 


1 
1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Sickness insurance — 




» 








Policies, new and re- 












newed^ NO. 


4,973 


6,769 


11,137 


13,799 


20,981' 


Policies in force at 












end of year! „ 


27,728 


46,331 


37,343 


42,910 


53,533 


Premiums of the 












yeari . .. $ 


263,456 


278,665 


313,663 


353,919 


316,628 


Amount of policies, 












new and renewed^ n 


510,888 


1,109,386 


1,952,412- 


• 2,909,996 


8,161,aS8 


Net amount in force 


« 










at end of year^. . . u 


508,313 


1,109,385 


1,934,537 


2,808,145 


7,828,823 


Losses incurred in 












year.-. •• 


255,646 


229.360 


267,187 


298,222 


265,565 


Claims paid m 


261,301 


233,076 


264,053 


297,736 


255,435 


Unsettled claims — 












Not resisted n 


7,058 


15,900 


11,282 


3!^,507 


24,945 


Resisted n 


none. 


none. 


1,126 


756 


917 


Contract insurance — 




« 








Policies, new and re- 












newed No. 


— 


— 


300 


391 


452 


Policies in f orqe at 












end of year n 


— 


— 


227 


341 


428 


Premiums of the 












year ..... 9 


- 


- 


8,484 


15,314 


, 15,492 


Amount of policies, 










I 


new and renewed n 


— 


— 


1,701,728 


2,115,448 


3,051,414^ 


Net amount in force 












at fend of year i 


— 


— 


1,478,180 


2,147,605 


3,190,722 


Losses incurred in 










1 


year m 


- 


— 


none. 


98 


1,000 




— 


- 


none. 


98 


1,000 


Unsettled claims — 












Not resisted n 


— 


— 


none. 


none. 


none. 


Resisted i 


— 


— 


none. 


none. 


none. 


All classes of insurance — 












Policies, new and re- 












newed NO. 


73,128 


84,712 


90,331 


103,457 


132,707 


Policies in force at 












end of year n 


96,632 


123,607 


114,376 


131,062 


156,729 


Premiums of the 












year $ 


1,308,177 


1,490,669 


1,782,703 


2,041,080 


2,304,117 


Amount of policies, 










i 




220,635,698 


289,276,436 


299,557,345 


359,344,335 


! 428,553,186 


Net amount in force 












at end of year ... ti 


143,742,425 


160,465,873 


179,551,297 


204,617,300 


249,74^1,366 


Losses incurred in n 










! 


year n 


729,218 


679,447 


837,068 


1,016,366 


1,001,614 


Claims paid n 


725,948 


680,935 


859,770 


964,475 


991,361 


Unsettled claims — 












Not resisted ...» 


107,522 


133,364 


123,495 


216,125 


198,685 


Resisted m 


8,560 


12,220 


8,626 


12,049 


13,417 


^ Returns incomplete 


). 










J 7J~r.s. 













THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

LOAN COMPANIES AND BUILDING 30CIETIES- 

Tableoxlv. Assela and liahilitiep 1867-1904. 



^ 



1868 
1SII!< 
1870 
1871 

SI 

1874 

S 
S 

187S 

18i« 
1881 
1S82 

1883 
1984 
1886 
1886 
18S7 
1888 
1869 
1890 
18fil 
1893 
1893 
1894 
ISK. 
1«W 
1397 
1898 
1898 
1900 
1901 
1902 
1903 
1904 





3,831,0741 
3.067,880' 
3.846,9-24' 
5,l.S8,mli 



, 15,460,823 

I 18.890,810 

33,256, H80 



e«, 498, 642 
72,021,311 
74,126, 1E6 
77,267,358 
82,084,049 
88,094,260 
90,611,278 
96,878,813 
102,091,!«7 
108,825,811 
110,082,::i9 
113,659,641 
116,346,786 
121,tl92,979 
120,351,688 
119.536.767 
114,672,408 
116,143,533 
119, 7112,879 
123,419,223 
125,887,911 
13.1,921.649 
134,265,248 
140,701,629 



Secaritiea, 
c*sh and 
properly. 



2,190,161 
3,708,531 
11,496,598 
9.408.096 
9,642,390 
10,469,084 
10,339.323 
10,004,126 
9,922,732 
10,618,032 
12,651,346 
14,284,912 
14,060,705 
14,968,927 
16,466,759 



20,051,280 
34,497,007 
30,180,671 
36,893,909 
39,384,219 
69,988,636 
73.900,638 
8],H(a,701 
84,595,260 
87,606,681 
i,178,175 



Iiiabilitiw. 



116,376.819 
122,886,616 
125,041,146 
130,126.400 
l.'a, 260.285 
142,313,349 
I H2,T81.:«!I 
I 1-13,887,377 



28,821,241 
29,321,042 
32,<13Q,396 
31,610,144 
33,004,4<t9 
36,183,383 



' Current loanH secured oi 
' O&pitsl pKid up •loiy. 
' Depoeits 'inlf. 



2,110,404< 
3,521,804« 

2,891,011' 
3,32S,87ff 
4,877,0703 
. 5,211,520» 
6,376,232* 
11,074,810 
13,919,772 
16,640,202 
18,716,834 
22,764,583 
22,966,739 
31,942,406 
33,540,088 
37,298,936 
39,654,444 
39,909,216 
40,772,176 
41,699,072 
42,860.623 
43,760,226 
46,310,K46 
46,646,785 
46,954,779 
47,873,400 
60,047,892 
63,017.170 
64,165,266 
6^ 956, 089 
56.630,414 
67,576, 700 
60,000,772 
61,890,942 
64,187,393 
66,690.276 
66,732,392 



673.789= 

!e9,0BI« 
1.485,014a 
2,390.1363 
2,890, T?*! 



6,13i,1Xffi 
8,866.806 
11,736,431 
14,844,569 
16,357,677 
36,676,063 
38.424,929 
42,784,674 
44,862,773 
47.820,192 
52,167.169 
66,676,146 
58,731,196 
64,118,760 
69,685.663 
76,082,802 
76,960,926 
81,162,796 
82,363.615 



94,336,916 
96,941,417 

100,667,366 
106,630,791 



3,m9» 
3,eDB;» 
4,3^1*1 
B,fil7,t0 

8,mw 

9,3a,4S> 

16,3%W 
20,06l,t<T 
24,4iff,lin 

37,K»,15! 
39,3S1,4U 

68,E17.ttt 
71,980,017 
B0,USa,61» 
6l,&17,nT 



101,58^- 
1D7,8(^M 

m,m.m 
wi.mw 

123.B1(^7H 
129,0Se,lM 

141,B1M»1 
Ml,S8t,W 
143,3Sg^ 

i4i,92e,i<:T 

14S,143l«» 
162,6«,ief 
158,E9l%Wr 

isa,s!i,ai 
i67,mw 

176,8»kint 




DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



261 



LOAN. COMPANIES AND BUILDING SOCIETIES. 

> 

Table cxlvi. Detailed statement of assets and liabilities 1900-1904. 



Schedule. 


1900. 


1 

1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


Assets. 

C3virrent kians secured 
on — 
Real estate 


$ 

fl2,685,626 

4,912 

160,608 

69,716 

2.647 

59,120 

971,121 
9,466,474 


$ 

113,291,151 

12,700 

69,169 

85,948 

1,747 

83,558 

963,222 
11,380,416 


$ 

118,118,563 

30,544 

48,567 

827 

93,204 

963,850 
11,666,004 

130,921,549 


$ 

121,160,626 

400 

53,902 

54,460 

96,254 

982,370 
11,947,236 


$ 

127,228,934 


Dominion and provin- 
cial securities 

County and city securi- 
ties 

Township, town and 
village securities 

School section securi- 
ties 


23,800 
62,507 

116,559 
2,532 

125,922 

1,025,044 
12,116,331 


Loan companies' de- 
bentures 

liOiuis to shareholders 
on their stock 

Otherwise secured 


Totals 


123,419,223 


125,887,911 


134,295,248 


140,701,629 




Property owned — 

Dominion securities, 
cash value 

Provincial securities, 
cash value 

County and citv securi- 
ties, cash value 

Township, town and 
village securities, 
cash vsuue 


479,609 

36,023 

1,264,288 

2,790,609 

198,673 

501,875 

83,304 

176,153 

5,553,954 

2,132,527 

2,580,446 
13,423,581 


551,578 

105,805 

2,367,659 

2,248,713 

224,444 

618,449 

81,818 

185,879 

5,571,785 

1,841,055 

2,483,601 

16,354,610 


409,737 

177,718 

2,263,979 

2,360,914 

291,344 

581,475 

83,702 

225,777 

4,877,592 

1,817,807 

1,688,634 

16,831,465 


430,175 

356,030 

2,778,981 

1,671,999 

364,716 

751,170 

64,319 

179,486 

6,381,681 

2,003,699 

1,687,178 

17,336,065 


945,775 

312,549 

3,071,840 

1,490,163 

574,698 

699,423 

73,321 

224,511 

6,266,686 

2,019,753 

1,519,132 

18,995,332 


School section securi- 
ties, cash value. . . 

lioan companies' de- 
bentures 

Office furniture and 
fixtures 

Cash on hand 


Cash in banks 

Office premises .... 
Loans secured on real 

estate held for sale. . 
Other property, cash 

value 




Totals 


29,221,042 


32,635,396 


31,610,144 


33,004,499 


36,183,383 




Total assets ..... 


162,640,265 


158,523,307 


162,631,693 


167,299,747 


176,885,012 



262 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



LOAN COMPANIES AND BUILDING SOCIETIES. 
Table cxlvi. Detailed statement of assets and liabilities 1900-1904. 



Schedule. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


Liabilities. 

Liabilities to stock- 
hold<ir8 — 

Capital stock fully paid 

'up 

Capit^al stock s u b - 
scribed upon which 
has been paid 

Accumulating stock. . . 

Reserve fund 


27,843,049 

15,834,669 

5,216,773 

10,290,381 

965,399 

394,037 

1,346,634 
61,890,942 

19,959,462 

15,044,232 

35,650,417 
3,950,998 

749,588 

229,700 

15,164,926 


29,412,174 

16,131,186 

4,839,741 

10,708,262 

1,023,338 

252,810 

1,819,881 
64,187,392 


$ 

29,641,043 

18,026,272 

4,018,281 

11,479,368 

1,083,932 

155,775 

2,185,605 


29,337,273 

17,767,237 

3,938,723 

11,910,314 

1,025,213 

213,196 

2,550,436 


S 

32,319,717 

15,145,864 

3,851,601 

12,887,341 


Dividends declared and 
unpaid . . 

Profits on accumulating 
stock 


1,131,648 
205,817 


Contingent fund and 
unSippropriated pro- 
fits 


2,712,233 






Totals 


66,590,276 


66,732,392 


68,254,221 


Liabilities to the public — 

Deposits 

Debentures payable in 

Canada . . 

Debentures paid else- 
. where 


20,756,910 

16,877,578 

34,885,458 
3,995,042 

715,900 

438,322 

16,666,705 


21,068,742 

18,570,083 

34,278,346 
3,950,415 

659,968 

499,253 

16,914,610 


19,958,641 

19,189,313 

35,083,496 
3,446,584 

629,398 

62t,234 

21,632,689 


21,353,315 

20,052,575 

35,137,763 
3,446,476 

681,188 

1,153,420 

26,806,054 


Debenture stock ...... 

Interest on deposits, 

benture stock. 

Owing to banks 

Other liabilities 


Totals ... . ... 


90,749,323 


94,335,915 


95,941,417 


100,567,355 


108,630,791 


Total liabilities . . . 


152,640,265 


158,523,307 


162,531,693 


167,299,747 


176,885,012 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



263 



LOAN COMPANIES AND BUILDING SOCIETIES. 
Table cxlvii. Assets and liabilities by provinces for the year 1904. 



Schedule. 



British I Mani- j Nova 
Columbia . ' toba. Scotia. 



Ontario. I Quebec, i Totals. 



-^^ umber of companies. . 

Assets. 

Onrrent loans secured 
on — 

Real estate 

Dominion and provin- 
cial securities 

Counter and city se- 
curities 

Township, town and 
village securities . . 

School section securi 
ties 

Loan companies' de 
bentures 

Loans to shareholders 
on their stock .... 

Otherwise secured . 

Totals 



Property owned— 

Dominion securities. . 

Provincial securities . 

County and city se- 
curities. 

Township, town and 
village securities. . . 

School section securi- 
ties 

lioan companies' de- 
bentures 

Office furniture and 
fixtures — 

Cash on hand 

Cash in banks 

Office premises 

Xioans secured on real 
estate held for Bale . 

Other property 

Totals 



Total assets 



1,241,877 



27,369 



1,269,246 



4,200 
2,007 

50,000 

32,513 

42,811 



131,531 



1,400,777 



74,831 



6,126 



80,957 



35 
13,650 



55,338 



60,029 



149,986 



70 



2,034,903 112,733,1761 11,144,147 



23,0001 
23,000; 



7,179 



2,088,082 



800 

38,5C7i 

116,559 

2,532' 

125, 922 1 

944,7071 
11,797,149 



1,000 



83 



$ 



45,788 
313,057 



125,759,352! 11,503,992 



25,000 
21,965 



1,500 

743 

11,319 

29,495 

]0,109| 
3,586,374i 



945,775 
287,549 

2,949,875 

1,442,880! 

I 

570,498j 

699,423 

66,7461 

216,0771 

5,950,035. 

1,883,897 

1,341,298 
14,697,500 



100,000 

47,583 

4,200 



875 

5,649 

281,576 

56,371 

79,874 
668,647 



3,686,505; 31,051,543 



5,774,587 156,810,895 



1,244,775 



12,748,767 



127,228,83 

23,80C 

62,507 

116,559 

2,532 

125,922 

1,025,044 
12,116,331 



140,701,629 



945,775 
312,549 

3,071,840 

1,490,463 

574,698 

699,423 

73,321 

224,511 

6,256,586 

2,019,753 

1,519,132 
18,995,332 



36,183,383 



176,885,012 



284 THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

LOAN COMPANIES AND BUILDING SOCIETIES. 

Table cxlvii. Assets and lial^ilites by provinces foi* th6 year 1904 

— concluded. 



* 

Schedule. 


British 
Columbia. 


Manitoba. 


, Nova 
Scotia. 


Ontario. 


Quebec. 


1 
Totals. 


Liabilities. 

Capital stock subscribed 
Liabilities to stock- 
holders — 

Capital fully paid up. 

Amount part paid on 
capital 

Accumulating stock. . 

Reserve fund 

Dividends declared 
and unpaid 

Profits on accumulat- 
ing stock 

Contingent fund and 
unappropriated pro- 
fits 


3,000,000 

< 

157,800 

879,637 
25,000 

6,623 

82,090 

90,294 


1,500,000 

56,250 
50,000 

39,124 


957,500 

400,298 
835,286 

78,765 

6,526 
8,919 


8 . 
80,874,595 

31,005,117 

13,477,180 

2,133,032 

12,037,054 

1,072,350 

123,727 

2,090,113 


$ 

5,987,890 

1,156,800 

1,212,136 

3,646 

696,522 

46,149 
483,783 


1 
92,319,985 

32,319,717 

15,145,864 

3,851,601 

12,887,341 

1,131,648 
205,817 

2,712,233 


Total 


1,241,444 


145,374 


1,329,794 


61,938,573 


3,599,036 


68,254,221 


Other liabilities — 
Deposits 


62,200 

1,400 
95,733 


4,611 


185,401 
679,528 

11,783 

7,689 

3,560,391 

4,444,792 


20,656,656 

19,166,442 

27,418,279 
3,446,476 

603,728 

536,786 

23,043,966 


i 

511,258 

144,405 

7,719,484 

64,277 
513,212 
197,095 


21,353,ai5 

20,062,575 

35,137,763 
3,446,476 

681,188 

1,163,420 

26,806,054 


Debentures payable in 
Canada 


Debentures payable 
elsewhere 


Debenture stock ... . 

Interest on deposits, 
debentures and de- 
benture stock 

Owing to banks 

Miscellaneous 


Total 


159,333 


4,611 
149,985 


94,872,323 


9,149,731 


108,630,791 




Total liabilities . . 


1,400,777 


5,774,586 


156,810,898 


12,748,767 


176,885,012 



DEPARTMENTAL STATnTTCS. 
LOAN COMPANIES AND BUILDING SOCIETIES. 



265 



I cxLviii. Miscellaneous statistics by provinces for the year 1904. 



chedule. 



British 
Columbia. 



Manitoba. 



Nova 
Sootia. 



Ontario. 



Quebec. 



Totals. 



ds declared in 

oaned in year. . 

I from borrov- 

year 

i from deposi- 
i year. 

depositors in 

d for invest- 

n year 

ires issued in 

res repaid in 

res maturing in 

paid and ac- 

in year 

s in year not 
y chargeable to 

^ers 

^d value of real 
under mortgage 

overdue and m 

ton mortgages. 

of mortgages 

ie by instal- 

n vested and se- 
by mortgage 

of mortgages 
ich compulsory 
dings have been 
in year 

of such mort- 

i.... ... 

idvalueofmort- 

property held 
9 

I I chargeable 
b such property 
Jue of invest- 
on mortgages 

her securities. . 



65,4d0 
563,994 

392,384 



95,733 
42,200 



98,104 

28,183 
2,658,693 



1,241,877 



17 

52,155 
32,513 

1,400,777 



% 



4,447 

200,000 

4,489 

74,831 

136,294 



56,000 
55,338 

136,294 



20,103 
383,229 

160,428 
73,645 
66,604 

218,929 

126,794 
83,800 

116,450 
26,649 

19,428 

1,813,800 

10,6y6 

847,729 

1,944,722 

27,440 
20 

12,000 
10,592 

3,160,547 



% 

2,491,294 
37,859,324 

37,666,439 

32,458,334 

31,573,277 

59,238,724 

10,258,713 

9,515,491 
11,809,614 

3,361,069 

1,628,791 

198,845,531 

924,527 

37,434,946 



155,007 
2,281,970 

1,469,059 

386,830 

322,744 



46,694 

389,207 

71,761 

22,666,225 

74,982 

2,101,819 



100,268,285 10,159,355 



354,772 
211 

1,285,296 
1,327,403 

136,974,038 



68,920 
9 

165,507 
64,610 

12,716,052 



2,731,834 
41,088,517 

39,688,310 

32,918,809 

31,962,625 

59,553,386 

10,426,707 

9,645,985 
11,926,064 

3,877,629 

1,752,611 

226,184,249 

1,014,694 

41,701,202 

112,508,656 

451,132 
257 

1,570,958 
1,490,456 

154,387,708 



w 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

LOAN COMPANIES AND BUILDING SOCIETIES. 

Tablb csux. Miscellaneous ntatisticd for the ten years 1895 1904. 



T 



Sohedule. 



DiridendB declared □ year 
Money loound m yen 
Rooeived from borrowers n year 
Kdoeived from depon tors n year 
Paid to depoBitorB n year 
BiMTUwed for investiiient 
Debentures issued n year 
Debentures re-pa d n year 
Deheotiires maturmg within 1 yr 
Interegt paid and accroed m ypor 
Vntue of rtial estate upder mort- 
gage 

OverduK and in 



lefault o- 



1 fiS3S 
7^ 45 
4 4,431 

238,0(10,673 



Mortgages payable by in 
Money invested irnd w 



mortgape deeds 



wlidi 



cumpulaury proi^edingt 

baen taken in year 

Value ot mortgflifed property 

for Bale 

ChargBable agfainst said properly 
Oasli value u( iavest" " 

mor^ages and other 



Dividend! deolared 

Money loaned in y< 

Received from borrowers in yeai 

Received from depositors in year. 

Paid to depositorB iu year. 

Borrowed for ii ' 

Debentiii-ea i™ 

DebentureK repaid in year 

Debeninrei. maturing within 1 yr. 

Interest paid and accrued in year 

Value of real estate under mort- 
gage 

Overdue and in default on mort- 
gagew 

Mortga^ payable by iiutalnients 

Money invested and seonced by 
mortgage deeds. .......... ... 

Amount of mortgnges on whiol; 
oonipolHory prooaedinga liavt 
been taken in year. . 

Value of mortgaged property held 

Cbarjieable o^inet tutid property. 



inveatment in year 



1.4 Jol hlO 
M3" B 1 

l''6!W )S4 
3 4H1 m9 


917IHfl3 
10 60B, 8 
10 6 444 

3 52a (TO 


8,61(1 261 
10 300 815 
ll,a>9 864 

3 681999 


225.470,049 


229,270,828 


21fl.97!>,917 


3,413.027 

31,097.873 


2.941.208 
28,887.046 


3,06lf,794 
30,671,052 


11K,242,3I8 


112,119,847 


105,152,22(1 


2,ai6,380 


1.971,315 


1,751.014 


7,919.413 
8.081,060 


8,872,333 
8,380,373 


S.710.(i21 
8.38H.809 


142,213, 4!>1 


i40.e44,H88 


128,234.385 



.>H,54aSU 
8SS3,M 

ia,4sa,ia 

3,638311 




DEPARTMENTAL BTAT18T10S. 
TELEGRAPHS. 
Table cl. Domioion Government telegraph service, 1905. 







Miles of lines. 






Proving*. 


Year of 

tion. 


Land 

lines. 


Cables.' 


No. of 
offices. 


No. of 


NewfoundUDd. 












'ort au Basque to Cape Ray 


1883 


14 




» 




Nov. Scotia. 










torth ^ney to Meat cove (with loop*).. 


1880-02 
1880 


16Ti 


1 


1 

\ 17 ■ 6,000 


heroes St. Ann's harbour.'. ".'.' ^'.'.'.'.".'.'. 


J887 






LcrosB Inircnii>h harhour... 


1887 




\ 


J i 


(ra« d'Or to Keuipt W-1 

leat Cove to St. Paul's ialand 


1904 


20 




3 I 


1890 




20 


ill 50 


ta St. Paul's ialBDd 


1890 


3 




labou to Meat cove. 


1887-00 


109 




!. i 2,S00 


larringtOD to i^npf Sablr 


1883 


16 




1 


Lcroas Bear Point oharoel 


1883 




. H 


I leased: 




1883 




J 


i 


laboutoPoit HawlcHBbury 


1903 


411 




) 


'ort Hawltestiury to St. Peters 


1W3 


32 




1 


It. pBtTTB to J^ain-a-Dieu 


19M 


84i 




\ 15 1,500 


lain-a- Dieu to Scatarit 


1902 




li 


>n Scatarie iblaiid 


1904 


71 






labaruuB to North Sydney 


1904 


35i 






New Brunswick. 












1R8S 


42 




6 . 600 


lay of FuQiiv ryuluia— 










Eastjiorc'to CwupoMlo 


1880 




i| 






1880 


"l 






Ou Campubello isluad 


1880 


7] 






Cainpobello to Grand Mfliiaii.. .. 


1880 




n 


■ 10 2,600 


OnGraudMauan island 


18-0 


25i 




Grand Manan to Cheoey'a island , . . 


1890 




i 




On Cheney's island 


1890 


i 






Cheney's island bi> Whitehead island. 


18B0 




1 






Partridge island to Fort Dufferin .... 


1900 




1 






Quebec. 












lay St. Paul to Cbiooiitimi 


1881-04 


98 




6 


•l 


It. AleitiB to fit. Oatherin™ bay 


1904 


78 




5 


2,000 


lurrayBay toSt. Agues 


1004 


144 




2 


SrZ'.S"iV£3;r:: ■ :■:,: 


1904 


13 




1 




1903 


37 




1 




It. Addc to Lao Claire 


1903 


15 




) ■" 




It. A*oe to St. PulRence 


1903 


9 






Jorth Sbo™ line- 












Murray bay tn ChattAU bay . 


1881-01 


l,028i 




1 


15,000 


Across Sagiieoay river 


1883 




li 






Ber»imis to MHliicouajran... 


1883 




12 


V 66 






1883 




26 






Chateau bay to Belle lale 


1901 




22i 


1 




Bersrirois to GodlM.ul (ahLTnativeline) 


IWCB-OS 


80 




- 





M 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
TELEGRAPHS. 
Table ol. Itominion Government telegraph aervica, I90S — oon. 

Mi]«a uf lineB. 



QiiarantiDe aystam— 

Quebec to L'An^ Gatdien 

L'Aiwce GardiHU to OrlauiB ialnnd . 

On Orteaiu isl&ud ... 

OrlcATu ialaud to Isle Re^at 

OnlsleReaux 

Isle Reaiiic to GroHse Isle, . . , 

On Grasae Isle (all told) ' 

St. Jnan to St. Funille (loop) . . 
Antieosti eyBtpm— 

Gaape to L'Aose ji Fong^ri) 

Ci'Anse i, Foug^re to Antiounti. . . 

Oo Ad ticoeti island 

AntiooHii to LuQR Point, MinKBn. 
Mftgdalen Island syatem— 

Meat Cove, C.B. to Magdalen ialandB 

On MaedaitJD JslRtidn 

Grrsiie lele to Bryon island ..... 

Bryan Island to Antieosti 

Ontario. 

Felee laland ayatem- 

Leamiaittiio to Point Pple« 

Leamington dock toPelee island. 
On Pelee iaiand. 

Northwegt Territories. 

Qu'AppBll&WFximonton. 

Mooaejaw to Wood Mountain 

Wood Mountain to Willow Bunch .... 
Edmonton to Indian agency and Stony 

Plain 

Edmonton to Athabanka Landing 

Duck Lake to Batocha 

Duck Lake to Indian agenoy 

Edmonton to St. Albert 

St. Albert to Qui Barre and Alexandria . 

Lloydminstei (loop) near Pitt 

Victoria to Andrew and Whitford, . .. 

Britiah Columbia. 

Aahoroft to Quesnelln (local wire) 

Victoria to cape Beala 

Nanaimo to Comoi 

Parkaville to AJbemi 

Albemi to cape Beale . . 

Albemi to Glayoquot 

Kamloopa to towei Nicola 

Lower Nicola to Fentioton 



1M02 
1904-06 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



269 



TELEGRAPHS. 
Table cl. Dominion Government Telegraph Service, 1905 — concluded. 



Provinces. 



Year of 
construc- 
tion. 



Miles of lines. 



Land 
lines. 



Cables.! 



No. of 
offices. 



No. of 

messages 

sent. 



British Columbia— con. 

Golden to Windermere 

Vernon to Kilowna 

Duncan Station to Salt Spring island and 
extensions 



y Yukon. 

Ashcroft to Dawson^and Boundary 

Htizleton to Port Simpson and Aberdeen , 

Tagish to Cariboo Crossing 

150 Mile Station to Quesnelle Forks 

Ashcroft to Lillooet 

Quesnelle to Barkerville , 



Total to end of 1905, 



1901-02 
1905 

1902-04 



1899-01 
1901-02 

1901 

1902 

1896 

1887 



92 




35 


— 


24 


i 


1,845 


« 


202i 


— 


18 


— 


64 


— 


62 


— 


61 


— 


6,686 


344i 



1 Knots. 



5 
2 



66 



338 



Table cli. Telegraph systems of the Dominion. 



1,500 

1,000 



45,000 



115,000 



« 


4 

Miles of Imes. 


Miles of conductors. 


No. of 
offices. 


Telegn:aph systems. 


Aerial. 


Under- 
ground. 


Aerial. 


Under- 
ground. 


Great Northern Telegraph Co 

Canadian Pacific Telegraphs 

We8t«;rn Union Telegraph Co. . . . 
Government Telegraph Service 


18,286 

10,292 

2,610 

6,586 


2 

28 


3d'721 

50,952 

9,805 

6,586 


57 
44 


1,455 

1,160 

219 

338 


Totals.. 


37,774 


30 


103,064 


101 


3,162 



270 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



RAILWAYS. 



Table clii. Railways in operation, 1835-1905. 



Year. 



Class 

of 

railway, 



Miles 

in 

operation. 



1835. 
1836. 

1837. 

1838. 

1839. 

1840. 

1841. 

1842. 

1843. 

1844. 

1845. 

1846. 

1847. 

1848. 

1849. 

1850. 

1851. 

1852. 

1853. 

1854. 

1855. 

1856. 

1857. 

1858. 

1859. 

1860. 

1861. 

1862. 

1863 

1864. 

18% 

1866. 

1867. 

1868. 

1869. 

1870. 

1871. 

1872. 

1873. 



Steam, 



16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

16 

1() 

16 

16 

54 

54 

54 

66 

159 

205 

506 

764 

877 

1,414 

1,444 

1,863 

1,994 

2,065 

2,146 

2,189 

2,189 

2,189 

2,240 

2,278 

2,278 

2,278 

2,524 

2,617 

2,695 

2,899 

3,832 



Miles 
increase. 



Year. 



Class 

of 

railway. 



- M 

I 

38 '! 



12 

93 

46 

301 

258 

113 

537 

30 

419 

131 

71 

81 

43 



51 

38 



246 

93 

78 

204 

933 



1874.. 

1875.. 

1876 . . 

1877 . . 

1878 . 

1879.. 

1880.. 

1881.. 

1882. 

1883.. 

1884.. 

1885 . 

1886 . 
1887 . . 
1888.. 
1889.. 
1890.. 
1891 . . 
1892 . 
1893.. 
1894.. 
1895.. 
1896.. 
1897.. 
1898.. 
1899.. 
1900. 
1901.. 
1902.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 

1901.. 
1902.. 
1903.. 
1904.. 
1905.. 



Steam 



II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
II 
•I 
II 
I 

II 
II 

M 
II 
II 
II 
11 
II 
II 
II 
l» 
II 
II 
II 



Electric 



M 
11 
II 
II 



Miles 

in 

operation. 



Miles 
increase. 



4,331 

4,804 

5,218 

5,782 

6,226 

6,858 

7,194 

7,331 

8,697 

9.577 

10,273 

10,773 

11,793 

12,184 

12,585 

12.585 

13,151 

13,838 

14,564 

15,005 

15,627 

15,977 

16,270 

16,550 

16,870 

17,250 

17,657 

18,140 

18,714 

18,988 

19,431 

20,487 

553 
558 
759 
767 
793 



499 
473 
414 
564 
444 
632 
336 
137 

1,366 
880 
696 
500 

1,020 
391 
401 

566 
687 
726 
441 
622 
350 
293 
280 
320 
380 
407 
483 
5h 
274 
443 
1,056 



5 
201 

8 
26 



^^^^^^m DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 


^ 


271 


^^^^ RAILWAYS. 






Table ci-iii. Steam and electrk- milwayB of Canadit, Jui 


e 30, 


905. 


Nameof RaUway. 


Location. 


Miles. 


Total 
Miles. 


Steam lUilwajB. 








AJbBtta H'y and Irrigation Cc. , . 


Lethbridgein Alberta to Conttsou In- 
ternational boundary 

New Brunswick 




6fi-72 


^^■HSnuthecn 




^^^fek CbDlrol Had Hudson Buy 


Main line— Sault Ste. Maria to mile Bfl 
Bninchea— 




(l(i-00 




Michipin)tent()Helcnmine 


12'I>U 








10 50 






Mile 20 to Maple ramp 


lOO 






LakuWildBtoBreitingmine 


200 


2550 


^^■tie and Lake H.iperior Sya- 










Nicolet to iunction with G. T. R. at 




100 -oo 










St Gregoire 








Laoiiut^ lo St Andrews on Ottawa 










7 00 














HverStFrarioiB 


6-0( 






YamankaW Snrel 




30-00 


Bay o[ Quinte Railway 


DeBeronto to Bannookburn 


76' 0< 






Ueaeronto to Deseronto Junction 


6-00 






Yarker to Sydenham 


11-37 


93-37 


BBiJliup*Mi and Nulaon iDteinational boundary at Port Hill to 








Creston and from Jot. witb C.P. R. 






Beersvilte Coal and Railway Co. . 


at Sirdnc to Kuncomok. 




fS . 


Adamaville to Mount Carlyle 


BritiBh Yukon ' 


While Pa«8 to White Horse Spur, B,C., 








and branch to White Horse. 




3200 


Brockville, Weatport and North- 










BroekviUo to Westport, Ontario .... 
Brucea Mines to K«:k Lake mine. . . 




4f>'00 


Bmoe Minea and Algonia. 




11! -62 


Bnotouohe and Monotoo ... 


Monoton, on Intertolonial R. to Bno- 








tonchp.N, B 




32-00 


Catguy and Edmonton 


Calgary to Edmonton 


190 00 






Calgary to McLcod 


105-00 


21ffi20 










Wft, Arnprior and Parry Sound 








Railway 


Leaaed- 




100-30 




Ul™ Robertson toHawkenbury.Ont. 


21 '00 






Penjbroks to Golden Lake 


20 90 






South IndUn to Rockland . ... 


16-40 


68.30 


Canadian Northern 


Main Line- 








Beaver to Hnmholdl 


348- 4e 






Port Arthur to Winnipeif, 


438-60 


78S-06 




Branches- 








Aucl ra Jot. to Brandon Jot 


51-60 






Brandon Jet to Carberry 


22-80 






Carman Jet. bo Leary'a 

EmcraontoRidgeviile 

Greenway to Adelpha 

Gilbert Plains Jot to Melfort 








lf6( 






52-10 






298-60 






Neepawa Jet, to McCreary Jet, . . . 


70-4O 






Oak Point Jet. to Oak Point 


54-00 






RoBaburn Jet. to Clan William 


20-70 






Stanley Jot. to Gutittinl;\W(LE 


21-20 






\ <«,■« 








\ ^: 


dgv -VW^ 


1^^^ 




1 



272 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
RAILWAYS. 



Table cliii Steam and electric railways of Canada, June 30. 1905 — coo 



Name of Railway. 



Location. 




Steam Railways. 
Canadian Northern — con. 



Canada Coals and Railway Co. . . 
Canada Southern 



Canadian Government Railways. 



Operated — 

Departure to Hartney 

Fairground branch 

Hope Farm branch 

International boundary to Winnipeg 

Morris to Brandon 

Portage Jet. to Portage la Prairie . . 

Portage la Prairie to JBeaver 

Portage la Prairie to Delta 

Winnipeg Transfer Ry 

Maccan Station, I. C. R., to Joggins 

coal mine 

Main line — Windsor to Suspension 

Bridge 

Branches — 

Essex Centre to Amherstburg. . . . . 

Fort Erie to Welland Jet 

Oil Springs to Oil City 

Old Fort Erie to Niagara 

St. Clair Jet. to Courtright 

Leased — 

Comber to Leamington 

Oil City to Petrolea 

Intercolonial — 

Browns Point to Stellarton 

Campbellton to St. Flavie 

Chatham Jet. to Chatham and Logie- 
ville .... 

Dalhousie branch 

Dartmouth branch 

Fredericton to Logic vi lie 

Gibson to Chatham Jet., I. C. R 

Hadlow to Chaudiere Curve 

Halifax to Truro 

Indian Town branch 

Moncton to Cambellton 

Moncton to St. John 

New Glasgow Jet. to Pictou Landing 

North Sydney branch 

Pictou to Oxford Jet 

Point du Chene branch 

Point Tupper to Svdney 

Pugwash .Jet. to Pugwash 

Rivei; Oiielle branch 

River du Loup to Point Levis 

St. Charles Jet. to Chaudiere Jet. . . 

St. Flavie to River du Loup 

Truro to Moncton 

Truro to Mu^grave 

Freight brancneH 

Y*s at various places 

Drummond County — 

Chaudiere to Ste. Rosalie Jet. with 

'W\\a.cl on S\.. "LiVNTcttfi^ 



50 



2 

65 

145 

52 

20 

15 

1 



•94 
•84l 
•86i 
•94! 
•24, 
52; 
•02; 
•05 
•24 



16 83 
17-50 
5-50 
30-60, 
62-63' 

15-951 
700 

12-23; 
105 09; 



20 
7 

12 

125 

107 

5 

61 

13 

186 

89 

7 

4 

69 

11 

91 

4 

6 

115 

16 

8:^ 

124 

123 

39 

3 



•00 
•00 
•38 
•00 

•oo; 

•02' 
•83. 
•51' 
•16 
•36 
•76, 

•38; 

•10, 
•38' 
•481 
•70 
•25 
•47 
•98 
•28 
•03 
•07 
•72 
•62 



115 95 



3M-6E 

120C 

!261« 



15001 



1,445 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



273 



RAILWAYS. 
Liii. Steam and electric railways of Canada, June 30, 1905 — con. 




me of Railway. 



m Railways — con. 
Grovemment Railways . 



Pacific Railway 



Prince Edward Island— 
Alberton to Charlotte town . 
Royalty Jet. to Georgetown , 

Alberton to Tignish 

Emerald to Cape Traverse . . 
Mount Stewart to fk)uris . . . 



Total government railways 



Main line — 

Bonfield to Vancouver 

Montreal to Ottawa 

Ottawa to Bonfield 

Quebec to St. Martinn Jet. 




Branches — 

Berthier Jet. to Berthier 

Buckingham to Buckingham Village 

Carleton Jet. to Brock ville 

Cn)ws Nest to Kootenay Landing. . 

Deloraine to Lyleton 

Deloraine to Napinka (Souris branch) 

Dunmore to Crow's Nest 

Dyment to Ottamine 

Fernie to. Fernie mines 

Cxlenboro' to Souris (Souris branch) . 

Joliette Jet. to St. Felix 

Kenmay to Estcvan (Souris branch). 

Kirkella to Lipton 

Marysville Jet. to Marysville 

Mattawa to Kippewa 

Mission Jet. to Sumas 

Molson to Lac du Bonnet 

McGregor to Brookdale 

New Westminster Jet. to New 

Westminster 

North Portal to Pasqua 

North Star Jet. to Kimberly 

Piles Jet. to Grand Piles 

Revelstoke to Arrowhead 

Rosenfeldt to Gretna 

Rugby Jet. to Manitou 

Rugby Jet. to Teulon 

Rugby Jet. to Winnipeg Beach 

Schwitzer Jot. to Regina 

Sudbury to Copper Mines ... 

Sudbury to Sault Ste. Marie 

St. Jerome to Labelle 

St. Lin Jet. to St. Lin 

Ste. Therese Jet. to St. Jerome. . . . 

Ste. Therese to St. Eustache 

Three Forks to Sandon 

Vancouver to Coal Harbour 

Whittier Jet. to Emerson 

Wood Bay to Mowbray 



2,567 90 
120-30 
223-60 
159-80 



2 

3 

44 

180 

36 

18 

213 

6 

5 

45 

16 

156 

146 

1 

47 

10 

22 

36 

8 

160 

19 

26 

27 

13 

99 

37 

48 

207 

5 

179 

66 

15 

13 

6 

4 

1 

63 
25 



10 
20 
90 
90 
50 
70 
60 
90 
00 
70 
60 
20 
50 
50 
90 
00 
00 
00 

20 
30 
10 
90 
70 
70 
60 
30 
20 
80 
60 
30 
90 
10 
30 
00 
20 
20 
60 
70 



20900 
1,784 96 



3,07L60 



2,023-90 



Total miVeage ovjwed .^ Xji^^V^fc 



-T.B. 



274 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



RAILWAYS. 
Table cliii. Steam and electric railways of Canada, June 30, 1905— coa 



Name of Railway. 



Location. 



Miles. 



Total 



Steam Railways — con. 
Canadian Pacific Railway— con . 



Leased lines — 
Atlantic and North west (in Canada)— 

Renfrew Jet. to Epranville, Ontario 

South end Lachine bridge to Maine 

boundary, Que . . j 

British Columbia Southern — Nelson 

to Proctor 

Calgary and Edmonton — 

Calgary Jet to Macleod Jet . 

Calerary Jet. to Strathcona . . 

Cap de la Madeline — From main line 

C.P.R., at Jet with Piles branch 

to Cap de la Madeline 

Columbia and Kootenay — 

Nelson to Robson 

Slocan Jet. to Slocan 

Spur to mouth Kootenay river . . . 
Columbia and Western — 

Castlegar Jet. to Rossland 

Mining spur& (including Rossland 
to Le Roy 

Robson to Midway 

Trail to Smelter Jet 

Credit Valley- 
Cataract to Elora 

■ Streetsville Jet. to Melville Jet. . . 

Toronto Jet. to St. Thomas 

Fredericton — 

Fredericton Jet. to Ftedericton. . 
Great Nortwest Central — 

Chater to Minioto 

Forrest to Lenore 

Guelph Junction— 

Guelph Jet. on C.V.R. to Guelph. 
Kootenay and Arrowhead— 

Lardo to Gerrard 

Lindsay, Bobcaygeon and Ponty- 

pool — Burketon Jct.to Bobcaygeon 
' Manitoba and Northwestern — 

Binscarth to Russell 

Portage la Prairie to Yorkton 

Yorkton to Sheho 

Saskatchewan and Western — 

Minnedosa to Rapid City 

Manitoba Southwestern Coloniza- 
tion — 

Elm Creek to Carman 

LaRiviere to Glenboro' 

Manitou to Deloraine 

Montreal and Lake Maskinonge — 
St. Felix to St. Gabriel de Bran- 
don 

Montreal and Ottawa — 

Rigaud to Pt. Fortune 

Vaudreuil to Jet. with C. A.R 
"NaVxisp «bT\A ^VwiwcL— Nakusp on 



18-80 
182-60 



105-60 
190-60 



27 
31 



30 

24 

99 

2 

27 

31 

116 



71 
40 



11 
222 



40 
30 
80 

70 

80 
60 
00 

30 
60 

80 



00 
70 



30 
90 



42 20 



12-10 
103-30 
100-30 



6-80 
86-70 



^, 



201-40 
20-40 

296-20 

2-30 

59 50 



157-10 

175-70 
22-10 

iii-:o 

15-00 
33 20 
38-70 

276-40 
18-20 



215-70 

iroo 

93-50 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 276 

RAILWAYS. 
DLiii. Ste«ua and electric railways of Canada, June 30, 1905 — cod. 



:ame of RaUway. 


Location. 


Miles. 


Total 

miles. 










Pacific Railvay— COD.. 


Leaded lines- 
New BTuuswiek- 










67 10 






NewlmrgJet. to Frederic ton 


5800 






WoodsW»:>k to Maine boundary. . 


69-60 


174-60 




N«w Brunswick and Canada— 








Debec Jet. to Maine boundary. . . 


6- 10 








33 90 






McAdam Jet. lo WoodBtock, , . . 


61-10 






Watt .let. «. St. Andrew 


27-60 


117 60 

















23-60 




Leaeide Jet. to Toronto (Union 








St.) ! 


6-30 






London to Windsor 


112 60 






Milu End to Adirondack Jat. . 


10 0( 






Montreal to Toronto Jet 








St.LuoJct, toWestemJct .. . 


1-7C 






Toronto Jet. to Toronto (Union 








StatJont. 


4-70 


473-20 




Ottawa Northsm and Wntam- 








Hul1J«t.WM«niwaki 


80-50 
















78-20 


168 70 










Falrvillp to at. John 




200 




St. John and Mainc^ 








FairvJUetoCarleton 


4-00 






MoAdamJct. toPairville 


81-80 






Vanceboro' toMoAdam Jot 


800 


9180 




St. Lawrence and Ottawa— 








Chaodiere Jet. to SnKBex St., 








Ottawa 








Ottawa to Preacott, OqI. 


61-70 


68 30 




St. Stephen and Mi 11 town -St. 
Stephen to MiUtown 










4-60 




Shuawap and Okananan- From Jet. 
with 0. P. K. at Sioamoufl to lake 


















eo'80 




Tobique Valley— Perth ' Centre to 
Plaster Eock 






27-50 




Toronto, Grey and Bruce— 








Ulenannan to Wiopham 


4-60 






Or.uigL'ville Jet. to Teeswater 


67-90 






TuruiitoJct toOwenSound. ... 


116-60 


189-10 




Toronto. Hamilton and Buffalo- 








Unmilton Jot. to Hamilton 




2-70 




Vancouver and Lulu Island-Van- 








couver to Steveston 




16-90 




WeatOnrarioPacifio- 








Woodatock to London 




26-60 




Total mileage leased 




.■},?Kft.-W. 



TBB CANADA TEAR BOOS 1905. 
RAILWAYS. 
\ Table cliii. Steam and electric railways of Canada, June 3 



N>bie of Raflway. 

StSBin RailwayB — con. 
I Oftpe Breton Railway., 

Carillon and GrenviUe 

Centrnl Ontario 

Cumberland Railway and Coal Co. 

CrowB Nest Southern , . 
Itominion Atlantic . , . 



Location. 



Poiit Tupper to St. Paters 

Terminal at St. Peters 

(Sloucestft Jot^ Intercoluaial R. t 
Sbippigan Harbour, N. B 
■" " lUe. Que 

Pitrton to Bancroft Branch . 

Ormsby .Tot. to Coe-HiU iron mine .... 

Leased line— Marmora Ry. and Mining 
Co.— Central Ontario to WansUra.. 
[iriiiK Hill Jet., Intercolonial B~ to 
Spring Hill Coal Mines, N. S. and 



Carillon tc 



I 



Edmonton. Yukon and Paoilic. 
Elgin and EaVtilock 

Giquimalt snd Nanoimn. . 
Grand Trunk Railway , 



Northern diTieiou. . 




•raEoii 



il Boondary to Fetnie,B.C. 



Kt'ntville to Kingaport. . , 

Wilmot to Forbrook 

Windsor, I. 0. R 

Crathcona to Edmonton, . 

ikin, N.B. to Petitoodiac Jet. with 
Intercolonial, thsnce to Havelock.. 

Havelock to Keiths Mills 

jria to Wellinftlon, Vancouver Is. . 

Point Edward to Point Levis and 
boundary line, Vermont 

SuBpension Bridge, Niagara Falls b 
Windsor. .. ....T 

York to Sarnia tunnel 

Arthabasca branch . , . - ..,.-.,-.. 
Brosseau'a to Rousei Point (boun 

Jacques Cartiet Union Ry. 

Jubilee bridge to Dorval 

KingHton Brunch. .,.,..-.,-.--,,- 

at. Henri Curve. 

St. Isidore Co Provinoe line. 

St. Lambert to Ft. Covington (boun 

'iary)....i 

St, Martine to Beiahamois 

St. Paul Branch 

Wharf Branch, Lachine 

AUandale to Meaf ord 

Beeton .Jtt, to Lake Jet 

BellevUle Harbour to Midland - . . 

Blackwater to Coboeonk. 

Burlington Jet, to Aliandale , 

Colwell to Penetang 

Mftdoo^^iA. Kjia^oraAo 




DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



THl 



RAILWAYS. 
3LIII. Steam and electric railways of Canada, June 30, 1905 — con. 



ame of Railway. 



Location. 



Miles. 



Total 
miles. 



\m. Railways — con. 

•unk Railway — con. 
tiern division — con. 



He division . 



• t • • 



jd ^nd partly owned . 



>rthem . . 



•e 



.nd Southwestern. 



Branches — con. 

North Parkdale to North Bay 

Peterboro' to Lakefield 

Port Hope to Peterboro' 

Scarboro' Jet. to Hali burton 

Stouffville to Jacksons Point 

Whitby Harbour to Manilla Jet . . . 

Bathurst St., Toronto to Hamilton. . 

Black well to Point Edward 

BurlinpTton Beach Line 

Clifton to Port Robinson 

Coboui^ to Harwood 

Fort Erie to Glencoe 

Gait to Elmira. . . 

Glencoe to Kin^^scourt 

Harrisburg to Tilsonburg Jet 

Harrisburg to Southhampton 

Harriston to Wiarton 

Hyde Park to Wingham 

Konioka to Samia 

Listowell to Kincardine 

Lynden to Brantford 

Palraerston to Durham 

Petrolia Branch 

Port Colborne to Port Dalhousie 

Port Dover to Hamilton 

Port Dover to Tavistock 

Samia to Point E ward 

Simcoe to Port Rowan 

Stoney Creek and Gages connections 

Stratford to Palmerston 

St. Marys to London 

Welland Jet . . .... 

Buffalo and Lake Huron R., Fort Erie 
to Goderich 

Owen Sound branch, Park Head to 
Owen Sound 



Total mileage owned and leased. 



Junction with Montreal and Western, 

near St. Sauveur to A-rundel 

Riviere k Pierre Jet. with Quebec 
and Lake St. John R. to Hawkes- 

bury 

Shawenegan Jct.toShawenegan Falls 

St. Jerome Jet. to St. Jerome 

Leased line — Chateauguay and North- 
ern, Montreal to L'Epiphanie 

Junction with Caraquet R. at Poke- 
raouche to Tracadie, operated by 

Caraquet R . . 

Bridgewater Jet. to Middleton Jet 

Halifax to Liverpool 

Mahone Jet. to Lunenburg .... 
New Germany Jet. to Ca.\edoxv\a. . . 



222 

9 

30 

114 

26 

33 

37 

5 

11 

9 

15 

145 

25 

21 

42 

128 

63 

68 

50 

57 

4 

26 

4 

25 

40 

55 

2 

17 

2 

36 
21 



161 
12 



42 
24 
95 

82 
91 
71 
95 
21 
33 
75 
00 
55 
02 
01 
54 
44 
97 
88 
85 
66 
12 
73 
71 
14 
25 
68 
67 
00 
56 
60 
13 
20 

30 

40 



33 00 



169-38 
3-98 
1-74 



\ 



388 -.86 



919-95 



173-70 
3,126 13 



208 10 
36-20 



16-78 
53-90 
110 10 



278 TBE CANADA YEAR HOOK 1966. 

RAILWAYS. 
Table cliii. Steam and electric riulways of Canada, June 3 



- 



Name of RaUway. 


u...™. 


Miles. 




Steam Railways con. 

Halifax and Ysrmoiith 

Hanipton and St. Martin 


Yarmouth to Harrington Paaaoge 




»■» 

U'9t 
Mffl 
fil'W 

31» 

gT'» 
386 

S'lB 
»'«) 

f:S 

»■» 
lU 

»■» 
stf 

Den 

IS 


Hereford 

International of New Brunawiclt. 

Invemess Ry. and Coal Co 

Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa . . 


DudBWell to Lime Quairiee 

Campbellton, N.B.. to3t. Leonards .. 


4860 


Tunstion with G. T. R., near Kironoant 




Kaalo and aiocan 


Kaalo to Sandon, B.C 


3S-80 
3-OD 


Kent Northern 




Kettle River Valley 

Kingston and Fembnike 


Grand Porha to International boundary 

Main line-KingBton to Renfrew 

Branches- 
Bedford to Zaneeville mine 


"ioaHo 

4'00 
100 
4-76 


Klondike Minea Railway 


To Dorane Mills, charcoal works, etc. 
Dawflon city to Stewart river, 82 milea 


Lake Erie and Detroit River. . ,,. 


Walkerville to St. Tliomaa, Ontario. . . 

Erie and Haron-Rondeouto Somia.. 

Lea»ed- 
London and Port Port Stanley- 
London to Port Stanley on Lake 
Erie 

L'Epiphanie Station, C. P. R. to 


120-78 


Lenora Mount Sioker . 

LiverpoolandMilton. 

Lotbini^re and Meffantio 


r*nora mints to Crof ton, B. C 

From Liverpool, N.8. to Milton 

Lyeter Station, G.T.R. to St. Jean des 




Maganutavfan River , ... 

Manitonlln and North Shore . . 

Ma«.wippi Valley 

Midland of Nova Scotia 

Montreal and Atlantic 


ElHieJct. toMinaB. 

Stanley Jet. to SpanUh River... 

Sudbury to Gertrude mines 

Lennoiville to Vermont boundary . . . 

Windsor to Truro, N. S 

Main line-Farnhain to Riohford on 


""vin 

1 50 
13-60 
31 96 

351 

43-70 

e8-» 

3200 
860 
1800 


Montreal and Province Line 


Sutton Jet. to Drummondvllle 

Leased— StanbridHBio St. Guillauuie. . 

Junction with G.T. R. at St. Lambert 

toFarnhatn 


Montreal and Vermont Junction 


Junction with Stanstead, Sheffotd and 
Chambly Railway to junotion with 
Vermont and Canada Railway at 


Morri^y, Femie and Michel. . . 
PTeboD and Fort Sheppard 






Five M.i\e T amtto"SQTVi ^VsoutTdcni 





DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS, 
RAILWAYS. 



279 



Table cliii. Bteam and electric railways of Canada, June 30, 1905 — con. 



Name of Railway. 



Location. 




Total 
miles. 



Steam Railways — con. 
New Brunswick Goal and Ry. Co. 
New Brunswick and P. E. Island. 

New Brunswick Southern 

New Westminster Southern . 



Nosbonsin^ and Nipissing. . . . 
Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Co. 

Orf ord Mountain 



Ottawa and New York. 



Norton Station on Intercolonial R to 
Chipman 

SackviUe Station, Intercolonial R. to 
Cape Tormpntine 

St. John to St. Stephen, N.B 



Douglas to South Westminster. 



Lake NoBbonsing to Lake N^ipissing. . 
Ferona Junction, I. C. R. to Sunny 

Brae 

Eastman on C. P. H. to Lawrenceville 

and Kingsbury, Que 

Eastman to Bolton line . . 

Ottawa to International boundary n^ar 

Cornwall . 

Phillipeburg ,Stanbndge to Phillipsburg, Que 

Pontiao and Renfrew From Wymana on !rontiac Pacific Jet. 



Qu'Appelle, Long Lake and Sas- 
katchewan 

Quebec Central 



Quebec and Lake St. John. 



Quebec Ry. Light and Power Co. 
Quebec Southern and South Shore 

Ry 



Red Mountain 

Rutland and Noyan 

Salisbury and Harvey 

Schomberg and Aurora 

Stanst^ead, Shefford and Chambly 

St. Clair tunnel and approacnes. . 



St. Lawrence and Adirondack. 



St. Louis and Richibucto . 
St. Marys River 



'i 



R. to Bristol iron mines 



Regina to Long Lake and Prince 
Albert 

Main line— Sherbrooke to Harlaka Jet. 
Intercolonial R., 5 miles from Levis, 
Que 

Branches — 

Beauce Junction to St. Francis 

East Angus to Angus Mills 

Tring Junction to Megantic 

Chambord Junction to Chicoutimi. . . . 

Quebec to Roberval . 

Valcartier to St. Gabriel 

Hedleyville to Cap Tourmente 



Xoyan Junction to St. Robert Jet. . . . 
St. Francis du Lac to Junction with 

G.T. at St. Lambert. . . 

Internationa] boundary line B. C. to 

Rossland 

International borndary to Noyan Jet. 

Salisbury to Albert, N. B 

Bond Lake to Schomberg, Ont 

Junction with Montreal and Vermont 

Jet. Railway easterly to Waterloo. . 
Under St. Clair river, between Samia 

and Port Huron— connecting the G. 

T. R. with railroads in Michigan — 

(length of tunnel between portals 

6,000 ft., clear inside diameter 19 ft. 

10 in.) 

Junction with Canada Atlantic to 

International boundary 

Beauhamois to junction with Canadian 

Pacific at Adirondack Jet 

Richibucto to St. Louis 

Stirling to Cardatou ^A.\\)et\.«^j 



26-50 
12 00 



137-50 



15 
1 

60 

51 

189 

4 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



82-00 
61-50 




44 66 



36 

82 

24 

5 

12 



00 
50 

10 

50 

50 




38 50 

56-79 
750 



213 50 



244 00 
30-00 



143-50 

9 59 

3 39 

45 00 

14 40 

43-00 



\ 



2-25 



32-82 
700 



280 



THE OANAP * YEAR BOOK 1905. 



RAILWAYS. 
Table cliii. Steam and electric railways of Canada, June 30, 1905— con. 



Name of Railway. 



Location. 



Miles. 



Total 
miles. 



Steam Railways — con. 

ey an 
Coal Co 



Sydney and Louisburg Dominion 
il I 



Temiscouata 



Temiscaniingue and Northern On- 
tario 

Thousand Islands 



Tilsonburg, Lake Erie and Pacific 
Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo . . 



Sydney Harbour to Louisburg Har- 

Branches to coal mines 

Ri viere dn Loup to Edmundston, N. B . . 
Branch — Edmundston to Connors 

North Bay to New Liskeard 



Gananoqueto Gananoquest., G.T.R. 



Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern. 



Vancouver, Westminster and 
Yukon 

Victoria Terminal Railway and 
Ferry 

Victoria and Sydney 

Washington Co. Railway of N.S. 

Wellington Colliery 

York and Carlton 



Port Burwell to IngersoU 

Waterford Jet. with Canada Southern 
to Welland Jet. with Canada 
Southern, via Hamilton. . . . ... 

Hamilton to Grand Trunk Junction 
Belt line, Hamilton 

Copper Junction to Phoenix, B. C. . . . 

Grand Forks to Granby Smelter 

Grand Forks Jet. to Danville 

Laurier to Grand Forks 

Vancouver to New Westminster 



Cloverdale to Port Guichon and 1'4 
miles in city of Victoria 

Victoria to Sydney, B.C 

Milltown to International boundary 
N.B 

Union Bay to Cumberland 

Junction with Canada Eastern R. at 
Cross Creek to Stanley, N.B 



39-30 
13-44 
81-00 
.3200 




52-74 

11300 

113 00 

633 

35 33 



8367 

45-87 
14-60 



18-40 
16-26 

4-75 
10-75 

5-75 



Electric Railways. 

Berlin and Waterloo 

Leased line — Beriin and Bridge- 
port 

Brantford Street 

British Columbia — 

Vancouver 

Victoria 

New Westminster 

Branch 

Cape Breton 

Branches 

Cornwall Street 

Edgerton Tramway Co., N.S. . . . 

Gait, Preston and Hespeler 

Leased line — Preston and Berlin 

Grand Valley 

Guelph Radial 

Halifax Tramway 

Hamilton and Dundas 

Hamilton^ Grimsby and Beams- 
ville 



Berlin to Waterioo. 



Berlin to Bridgeport. 
Brantford . 



302 
2-50 



Vancouver 

Victoria 

New Westminstei 



North Sydney to Sydney Mines. 



Cornwall 

Westville to Trenton 

Gait to Preston and He8])dler 

Preston to Berlin 

Brantford to Paris and Gait 

[Guelph 

Halifax. 

!, Hamilton to Dundas 



15-75 

17-25 

6 25 

12-50 

4-94 

7-79 



5-52 
7-00 



9-00 
7-25 



51-75 

12-73 
600 
7-96 

16-25 
2000 
.6-00 
1218 

7-® 



, rtamWtoTv to Gtt\tcv«»>ov a£^^'^«xjvw"^^.\ \ *8L-Q0 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



281 



RAILWAYS. 



Table cliii. Steam and electric railways of Canada, June 30, 1905 — con. 



Name of Railway. 



Location. 



Miles. 



Electric Railways— con. 

Hamilton Radial ^ I Hamilton to Burlington , 

Hannilton Street iHamilton 

Hull . .jOttawa to Aylmer, C^e 



Intematibnal Transit Co. (Sault 



Ste. Marie). 



Kingston, Portsmouth and Catar- 



Sault Ste. Marie . 



I 

Kingston to Portsmouth and Kingston 
I to Cataraqui 



Levis County iSt. Romauld to St. Joseph de Levis. 

BrcMich '■ 

London Street London . . . 



Montreal and Park Island . . . .Suburbs of Montreal to Montreal . 

Montreal Street Montreal 

Montreal Terminal 'Hochelaga to Bout de I'lsle 

Hotel de Ville ave. to Moreau st . 



Branch . 



Nelson Tramway, B.C | Nelson 

Niagara Falls, Park and River. . 

Branch 

Niagara, St. Catharines and To 
ronto 



Queenston to Slaters Point 

Niagara Falls to Port Dalhousie , 



Niagara Falls, Wesley Park and 

Clifton Niagara Falls to Falls View 

Oshawa Oshawa 

Ottawa Ottawa 

Peterboro' Radial Railway Co,. . 'Peterboro' 

Port Arthur. . . .^ Port Arthur 

fort Dalhousie, St. Catharines | 

and Thorold Port Dalhousie to St. Catharines and 

I Thorold 

Quebec Ry., Light and Power Co., 

Citadel division ' 

Quebec Ry. , Light and Power Co. , I 

Montmorency division ■ 

Sandwich, Windsor and Amherst- j 

burg Sandwich to Windsor and Sandwich to 

: Amherstburg 

Sherbrooke Street. Sherbrooke 

St. John, N.B St. John, N.B 

Samia Samia 

Sydney and Glace Bay ... Sydney to Glace Bay 

Toronto Suburban. . . I 

Torbnto Street Toronto , 

Toronto and Y^rk Radial, includ-| 

in^ Metropolitan, Toronto and, 

Mimico, and Toronto and Scar- 

boro* roads ! 



Winnipeg Street Winnipeg . 

Woodstock, Thames Valley and 

IngersoU , 

Yarmouth (Yarmouth 



Total 
mileb. 



8-50 
1-75 



1208 
4 24 

208 



11 42 
43 



17-22 
25 00 



* • • • ' 



1200 
2200 
1400 



3 30 



7-50 



10-25 
24 10 

37 99 
124 42 



18-40 

300 

11 85 

19-94 

4-50 
802 
22-87 
600 
9 00 

8-17 
42 22 



25 

7 
13 

7 

18 

• 9 

48 



07 
00 
50 
00 
80 
06 
66 



37-98 
2800 

11-50 



THE CA'SADA TEAR BOOK 1905- 
RAILWAYS. 

Cash subsidies ii 



Name of Hail way. 



■ On 



Albert Southarn, N.B 

AlKiima Central snd HiidAon Bay, Ont. . . . 

AtlantJc and lake Superior, Que 

AtUnCtc and Northwaitem ... 

Bale dea CbHlenrs, Que 

Bay of Qu'Dtfi, Ont 

Beaahaniois Junction, Que 

BpeiBVilie Coal and R., N.B. 

Belleville and North HostinBB, Out 

Brantford, Waterloo and Lf&e Erie, Ont. .... I 
Brockvitle, Westport and Sault Htn. Maries O. 

Bruce Mines an* Algonia, Ont. , ' 

BuolouchBand Muncton,N.B.. 

Cannda Atlantic, One. ,. I 

Canada Central I 

Canada Eaatern, N.B 

Canadian Ngrthecn, O., Man. and Territorisa. 
CaDBdian Pacific, 
Canadian Faoifio __ 

Crows' Neat PaM 

Dyment Branch 

KiHitenay and Arrowhead. 

Pheitaiunt Hill Branch 

Pipestone Branch 

Kevelstoke and Arrow Lake. 

Selkirk Branch 

Waakada Branch 

Otbei 



Cap de la Madeleine, Que 

Cape Breton Extanston, N.S 

Caraquet, N.B ,'..,., ,. 

Central, N.B 

Central Ontario. Ont 

Chatf augiiay and Northern, Que. 

Columbia and Kootenay, B.C 

Corawullis Valley, N.S, 

CuinberJand R. and Coal Co., N.S 

Dominion Coal, N.S 

Dominion Lime Co., Que 

Drummond County, Que 

East Riobelieu, Que 

Bl^in, Petiteodiat^andHatelook, N.B. . ,. 

Erie and Huron, Ont 

Esquimalt and Nanaimo, B.C 

Frederiotion and St Marys' Bridge, N.B, 

Grand Trunk— 

Georfiiati Bay and Lake Erie, Ont 

Victoria Jubi!(« Bridge, Que 

Great Eastern, Que. 

Oioat Sortbem, Que , 



I Sufatidies 



18- 00 
77'iMi 
30 00 
234'00 
7000 



50,«! 

994,ne 

m« 

mw 

69.19(1 

si,m 
%ts 

31,8^ 
57,»M 
WWl 

H)1,M 
B82,Si6 

1,»I«.13S 

as. 000,0110 

3,630,000 3,404,nU 

1 IWOB 
80,000 """" 



md ot table. ^ Indading avibAij eft 




DEPARTUESTAL 8TATI8TI0B. 
RAILWAYS. 



Cash subflidies ia aid of railway couatruotion bv Caaada to 
June 30, 1906— con. 



Miles of 
rnilw&y 
provided 



Mit<>eof 
railway 
built. 



Subsidiea 



Subaidiea 



ti Junction, Ont 

.hore,N.B 

I and Southwestern, N.8 , , 

X and Yarmouth. K.S. (formerly coast 

y Branch, N.B.'!!] 

ational, N.B. (formerly Reetigouchpandl 

latioDftl, Que 

iFOTincial Bridtce, Ont. and Que. 

lew K. and OooJ Co., N.8. (formivly In- 

lEse and Rlchmund). 

lie, Bancroft and Ottawa, Ont 

.B,N.S 

ton and Pembroke, Ont 

ton, Napani* and Wontern, Ont 

Erie and Detroit River, Onl 

remiacaniinguB Colonization, Que 

■jiuption, Que 

ngtiin and St. Clair, Out 

ly, Bobeaygeon and Puntyptiol. Ont. . . 

iiere and Mtgantic, Que 

jBtawan River, Ont 

o'lhn and North Shore, Ont 

wippi Valley, (Jue 

etonand Victoria Bfach, N.8 

nri.N.S 

ort Coloniiaticin, Que 

'eal and Chani|ilain, Quo 

¥b1 and Lake Maekinonire, Que 

%ftl and Ottawa, Ont 

■eal and Province, Que... 

■eal and Western, Que , . 

pand Slooan, B.C 

Jrunewick and Prince Edward, N.B 

iranawick Coal and Railway, N.B 

Hasgow Iron, Coal and Kail way Co., N.8. i 

em and Pneific Junction, Ont 

am Colonization, Que i 

Scotia Central, N.S j 

lo and Quebec , ; 

io, Belmont and Northern, O 

I Mountain, Qua. 

ra and Navinstinn Co., Ont. .... 

a and New York, Ont I 

a, Amprior and Parry Sound, Ont 

a, Northern and_Weatern, Que i 

Sound ■ColoniKfttion, Chit ] 

nke Southern, Ont 

Mbui^forRttilway Quarry Co., Que. .. I 

iee Dote at nnd of table. 



212,500 

160,000 
42,400 
48.000 

268,400 
342,4001 

340,140 
11,200 
51,200 

96,000 



171,6( 
103,fi00 
42,200 
192,000 

3fil.2r0 
121,(100 
U8,400 

40,000' 
1,320,000 

240,000 
196,000 
32,000 
99,2001 



430,400> 
384,000' 
128,000 



46,000 

53,699 
477,264 

160.000 

^r■54 

165,200 

n.l38 
156,800 
212,500 

368,546 
144,000 

37,500 
48,000 
208,73S 
4TG,aei 
310,3.'« 
11,200 
51,200 
185,173 
86,000 



47,789 
362,200 
187,440 



117,760 
113,440 

48,000 

39,840 
1,320,000 

58,384 
235.200 
196,000 

30,720 
123,050 

22,400 



79,712 



410. 6t 



284 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905, 



RAILWAYS. 



Table cliv. 



Cash subsidies in aid of railway construction by Canada to 
June 30, 1905— concluded. 



Name of Railway. 



Miles of 

railway 

provided 

for. 



Miles of 

railway 

built. 



Subsidies 
voted by 
parlia- 
ment. 



Subsidies 

paid to 

June 30, 

1905. 



Pontiac and Renfrew, Ont 

Pontiac Pacific Junction, Que ^ . 

Port Arthur, Duluth and Western 

Quebec Bridge, Que 

Quebec Central, Que 

Quebec and Lake St. John, Que 

Quebec, Montmorency and Charlevoix, Que . . 

St. Clair Frontier Tunnel Co., Ont 

St. Catharines and Niagara Central, Ont 

St. Lawrence and Adirondack, Que 

St. Lawrence, Lower Laurentian and Sague- 

nay. Que < 

St. Louis and Richibucto, N. B , . , 

St. Marys River, N. W.T 

St. Stephens and Milltown 

Schomberg and Aurora, Ont 

Shuswap and Okanagan, B.C 

South Norfolk, Ont 

South Shore, Que, (formerly Montreal and 

Sorel) 

Temiscouata, N.B. and Que 

Thousand Islands, Ont 

Tilsonburgr, Lake Erie and Pacific 

Tobique Valley, N.B 

Toronto, Grey and Bruce, Ont 

United Counties, Que 

Waterloo Junction, Que 

Western Counties 

West Ontario Pacific, Ont 

York and Carleton, N.B 



Totals 



NO. 

4 
70 

84 

74 
245 
30 
2 
1*2 
33 

38 
7 

46 
4 
14 
51 
17 

126 

112 

o 

47 

27 
4 
59 
10 
20 
18 
5 



25 
00 
75 

86 
85 
00 
23 
fiO 
51 

85 
00 
00 
64 
42 
00 
00 

67 
95 
19 
50 
88 
58 
00 
25 
00 
75 
73 



NO. 



4-25 
7000 
84 75 



74 
245 
30 
2 
12 
33 

38 
7 
44 
4 
14 
51 
17 

61 
112 

5 
33 
27 

4 

59 
10 
20 
18 

5 



86 
85 
00 
23 
00 
51 

85 
00 
00 
64 
42 
00 
00 

50 
95 
19 
96 
88 
58 
OOi 
25 
00 
75 
73 



19,200 

337,000 

287,200 

1,000,000 

348,342 

1,015,145 

96,000 
375,000 
355,200 

82,624 

217,600 

22,400 

1 

11,2001 

1 

227,200 
54,400 

112,0001 
649,200 
54,4001 
51,2001 
134,400 

16,000 
204,800 

35,200 
500,000 

60,000 

1 




7,678 35. 23,865,436 



13,600 
193,578 
271,200 
374,353 
348,342 
1,006,743 

96,000 
375,000 

38,400 
149,482 

217,600 
22,400 

148,094 
14,848 
46,144 

163,200 
54,400 

296,998 
645,950 

29,840 
117,431 
134,016 

14,656 
188,816 

32,800 
500,000 

60,000 

18,336 



58,117,561 



iNoTE. By 60-61 Vic, cap. 4, 62-63 Vic., cap. 7, 63-64 Vic, cap. 8, 1 Edward VII., 
cap. 7, 3 Edward VII., cap. 57, and 4 Edward VII., cap. 34, a subsidy was authorized on 
certain mileage of this railway, specified in the Act of Parliament, of $3,200 per mile and a 
further subsidy beyond the sum of $3,200 per mile, of 50 per cent on so much of the average 
cost of the said specified mileage subsidized as is in excess of $15,000 per mile, such subsidy not 
exceeding: in the whole the sum of $6,400 per mile. The amount of certain of the subsidies 
authorized by Parliament given in this statement includes the determinined portion of the 
subsidies under 60-01 Vic, cap. 4, 62-63 Vic, cap. 7, 63-64 Vic, cap. 8, and 1 Edward VII., 
cap. 7, 3 Edward VII., cap. 57, and 4 Edward VII., cap. 34, viz. : The amount produced 
by the $3,200 per mile, but the other portion is now an undetermined amount, and there- 
fore cannot he shown here. 



DEPABTMElfTA.L STATiaTIOB. 
RAILWAYS. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1906. 


Steam Railways. 

of ™Uwoy completed 

of Bidinga 


18,294 
a,71( 

18,184 

634 

18,140 

)•: 

1.169 
649 

816 

1,101 

45,904 

16,348 

6,776 

1,040 

965 

304 

323 

875 

! 
670 
158 
672 

9 

13 

7 
50 

iJ 


18,868 
2.829 
107 
18,761 
647 
18,714 
2,444 

281 

1,166 
673 

681 
1,057 
48,790 
16,834 
7:736 
1.142 
1,014 
313 
304 

658 
26 
6 
563 
169 
667 
2 

2,191 

13 

6 
66 

- 
11 
23 


10,077 

'"'■!■'. 
i8,Mai 

2,5tt7 
304 
1,14R 


19,611 20,601 


of eteel rails ID main line 

of Bteel rails in double track 


19,646! 20,633 

763 838 

19,431| 30,487 

2,768' 2,906 

f - 171 194 




'f=»".i''"«e 


50, 46 




I 60: 64 
l,23l| 1,286 


ge, mail and exprees oani in use 

eralor cars in n»e 

ctore' vans in use .■.'.■. ,V.I! . '.'.'.".'.'.. 

plougha in uae . 

ere in use 

rolling stock in use 

Electric Railways, 
of sidings 


1 


221 
107 

28r 

aai 

3i; 
347 

769 
32 


860 
1,566 
54,877 
18,644 
8,476 
1,248 

304 
366 

1,421 

767 
33 
22 
746 
188 
767 
2 

1 
2,360 

13 

15 

77 

13 
79 

33 


796 
1,611 

67,229 

'« 

319 

202 
2,126 

798 
36 


of steel nils in main line .. 

of steel rails in double track 

inoperation 


752 
186 
75t 

2,M3 
11 

16 

70 

16 
26 

70 


768 
186 
793 
12 


"^CHS'e'ir'^c^inuae 

andbojuarBinuse...'. . . . ,, .. 

ictora' vans in use 

ploughs in use .:.... '.'. '.'....'.'.'.'.'.' 
rollii^ stock in use 


"s 

3,538 

13 

14 
66 

15 

: 



Rolling HUxk ■ in uae ' includes enginea, c 



i, ete., ovnwii».TA\{n»&. 



286 THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 

RAILWAYS. 

Table clvc. Train and engine mileage ot steam and olectvic ra 
1901-1905. 


1 

Iwajs, ■ 


Schedule. 


1901. 1902, 


1903. 


190*. 1905, 


Steam Bailways. 


1S.140 18,714 

19,115.472 21,104.036 
23,888,303 24,891,813 
lr),34^820 9,734,007 
63,349,394 55.729,866 
88,621,434 70,276,615 

672' 567 

31,667,628i 35,703,794 
83,126 131,047 

31,760,754 35,833,841 
41,320 61,166 


1S.9S8 

22,095,706 
28,840,434 
9,446,781 
60,.m920 
77.178,493 

769 

37,677,373 
451,156 

38,028,629 
35,287 


19,431 W.«! 

23,502,876 »,428.(11B 
28,278,310 34.3!2,WI 
9,630,816 6.138,091! 
61,312.002 65,934,111 
80,508.084 84.336,731 

766 m 

41,616,406 4fi,4ii.7U 
449,718 496^ 

42.006,124 45,969,101 
35,204 30il.ll7» 


Train mileage- 
PreiBht trains 


Total train mileage 

Engine mileage 

Electric Bailways, 

MUe» in operation 

Train mil^e- 

Passengec traina 

Freight trains 

Mi XM traina 

Total train mileagn. 

Engine mileage. 


Table clvii. Passenger and freight statistics of railways, 1901-1SW5. 1 


Schedule. 1901. | 1902. 

1 1 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Steam Railways. 

PaBBenitera carried 

Freight carried— 

Flmir. ton. 

Grain .. 

Liveetock 

Coal and othw"fuel=!!! „ 

All other articlaa 

Total freight oftrried. . . ., 
Electric Railways. 

Freighf^rried- 

Fluur. ton. 

Grain , 

LiveBtock ', .. 

Coal and other fuel-!!! „ 

All other articles .. •■ 
Total frtight carried , . „ 


18,386,723 

1,486,351 
4.694,853 
838,890 
5.301,518 
1.697,159 
5.612,947 
17,437,647 
36.999,371 

120,934,666 

7,229 
12.789 
1,861 
88,323 
4.31!) 
35,176 
138,240 
287,926 


20.679,974 

1,817,946 
6,174,436 
9»,036 
5,414,3.96 
1,678,047 
6,ltia.420 
21,3! 4, 198 
43,376,62- 

137.681,402 

ia,8«7 
14,928 
1,094 
38,186 
2,254 
53.3fiS 
143,48. 
266.18^ 


22,148,742 

1,926.070 
6,761.792 
1.345,203 

6,041,976 
3;083;297 
7,256,388 
22,958,691 
47.373,417 

155.662,812 

7,373 

9,053 

503 

83.907 

6,373 

63,195 

230.882 

371.286 


23,640,765 

1,606.778 
4,621.216 
1,587,396 
e,35%61il 
13,002,138 
9.703,839 
12,163,531 
4*^097.&19 

181,689,998 

5,366 

4,098 
691 
42.281 
26,310 
67,552 
254,064 
400.161 


25,288.731 
203,467,111 

1 



^^^oa 



sill the yearn 1901, 1902 and l!i03 firewood obI; I 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS, 



287 



RAILWAYS. 



Table clviii. Earnings of railways, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Steam Railways. 
IVIiles in operation 


18,140 
19,396,302 
46,665,104 
3,105,457 
3,731,886 
72,898,749 
22,530,023 

6721 

5,529,687 

95,082 

33,136 

110,378 

5,768,283 

2,333,120 


18,714 
22,600,090 
53,986,672 
3,273,303 
; 3,806,438 
83,666,503 
26,322,911 

557 

6,195,916 

127,917 

15,953 

146,652 

6,486,438 

2,683,583 


18,988 
24,862,109 
63,089,448 
3,396,146 
4,716,824 
96,064,527 
28,583,004 

759 

6,888,410 

164,188 

20,276 

160,803 

7,233,677 

2,760,819 


19,431 

26,901,832 

64,673,919 

4,031,663 

4,612,022 

100,219,436 

25,656,274 

766 

8,082,374 

182,143 

30,739 

158,353 

8,453.609 

3,127,092 


20,487 

28,959,650 

68,203,321 

3,961,769 

5,342.459 

106,467,199 

26,489,625 

793 

8,932,914 

216,023 

31,753 

176,436 

9,357,126 

3,438,931 


Passenger traffic $ 

freight traffic ... » 

Mails and express freight . n 

Other sources m 

^Total gross earnings n 

"Net earnings u 

Filectric Railways. 

IMilea in operation 

Passenger traffic $ 

iFreight traffic u 

IVTails and express freight . •• 

Other sources. n 

rrotal gnross earnings n 

Net earnings* n 



Table clix. Operating expenses of railways, 1901-1905. 




Steam Railways. 

Miles in operation 

Maintenance of way, build- 

Cost of motive power 

Maintenance of cars ... . . 
General and operating 

charges 

Total expenses. 

Electric Railways. 

Miles in operation 

Maintenance of way, huild- 

ing8,et9 

Cost of motive power 

Maintenance of cars 

General and operating 

charges 

Total expenses 



S 

II 

II 



18,140 



11,195,400 

16,467,768 

4,420,474 

18,285,084; 
§0,368,726 



6721 1 
I 

310,892| 
502,102 
322,700 

2,299,468 
3,435,162 



18,714; 



18,988 



12,959,5751 15,502,711 

18,904,3641 22,816,600 

5,204,952| 6,016,229 

p 

20,274,7011 23,145,983 

57,343,592; 67,481,523 



557 

445,837 
541,0^8 
353,891 

2,462,039 
3,802,855 



759 

481,237i 
777,2011 
606,602 

2,607,818' 
4,472,858; 



19,431 

15,569,061 

25,879,359 

6,960,677 

26,154,065 

74,563,162 79,977,574 



20,487 

17,8?9,125 

26,869,705 

7,750,867 

27,517,877 



7661 

606,146i 

1,377,199; 

659,214 

2,683,958 
5,326,517 



793 

629,657 

1,240,002 

747,073 

3,301,462 
5,918,194 



1 Includes double track and sidings. 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



RAILWAYS. 
Table clx. Railway investments in Canada to June 30, 1905. 



Schedule. 



Steam 
railways. 



Electric 
railways. 



Total 
railways. 



Number of railway lines 

Miles of lines completed 

Miles of lines under construction 



Ordinary share capital — 

Authorized $ 

Subscribed n 

Paid up 



Preferential share capital — 

Authorized 

Subscribed 

Paid up. 



II 



194 

20,601 

1,067 



50 

793 

20 



509,937,458 46,888,833 
382,951,771 | 34,504,200 
370,958,841 j 34,160,956 



11. 



173,241,842 ; 
155.395,110 I 
155,395^110 I 



3,467,134 
2.929.367 f 
2.929,367 I 



244 

21,3W 

1,081 



566,825,791 
417,455,971 
406,119,797 



176.708,976 
158,324,477 
156,321,477 



Bimded debt- 
Authorized . 

Issued 

Sold 



II 



556,274,675 22,^4,757 577,7fi9.432 
485,209,366 ' 23.972,569 509.181,935 
466,543,967 22,833,669 488,377,06 



Dominion CTOvemment aid- 



Loans 

Boniuiesi. 

Subt»ori()tions to shares or bomls. 
Paid up . 



It 
It 



15.964,533 
178,039,260 



188,705,928 



16.96i5S 

60,800 178,10a06D 



60,800 138,766.7% 



Pn>Yinoial Government aid — 

lA>ans " 

Bauu$es^ »• 

Subem(>tians to shares or bonds. n 

Paid up. •• 



4.618,956 
37,574,590 

3oaooo 

40,415,630 



4.648.966 

37.5:4.590 

300.000 

«.41aaO 



Municipal aid — 

Lt>an$ 

BcoiuseeL 

Subscriptions U'k sharps or bonds. 
Paid u|v 



4.066.^51 
12.743.542 

2.311,500 
17.l9e;.211 



40.000 

33.000 

100.000 

173LO0O 



4.1€<L!^ 
±.7:«LM2 
2L41U00 

i7,3njai 



C^ftpital frvHu other soorces- 

Sul^scrilwd 

Paid u|v 



10,44X736 
ia448.736 



c*« 



Tckial capital— 
8a{^Yibed . 



L3S>,654.aCC 



6S.5l^4i& l,a8^1«Mn 



DEPABTUBSTAL 8TAT18T108. 289 

RAILWAYS. 

B CLXi. Aid granted to railways by gorermnente aod municipftlitiee 
to Jane 30, 1905. 





Louu. 


Bonuse. 


to sbaraa 
or bondi. 


Totals. 


Steam Kailwkya, 
>vemmenU— 


t 

15,9M,&S.1 
900,000 

ai.000 

3,732,866 

30.UI3,480 


• 

178,039,260 
37.500 
1,016.963 
4,157,638 
3,788.947 
14,630,420 
13,942,133 


* 
300,000 


194.003,798 
37,B0O 
1,916,953 
4,467,638 
3,789,947 
14,656.420 
17,666,089 


litobn 

fBrnaiwick 

laScoti* 

bee .'.'..'. 'yj'.V.'-.'..".'.'.'.'..'.'. 




316,613.861 


300.000 


230.927,340 


tuhColamlHm 

Ditoh* 


1,633,854 
3,434.000 


37,500 
B«i,Gl'0 
281,600 
333.024 
10,069,841 
1,401,074 
25,000 


60,000 

1,211.600 
1,010,000 


37,500 
595,600 
311,500 
333,024 
12,914,198 
4,876,074 
25.000 




aim 

ibeo 

iTerritorie. 


Total by Municipalities. . . . 


4,066,BM 


18,743,642 


a.311.600 


19,121,8B» 


Eleotrio Railways. 




60,800 




60,800 




I 


















60.800 




60.800 




40,000 


33,000 


100.000 




nitrfa 

t»aooti« 


173,000 


BTemtorie. 






40,000 


33,000 


100,000 


173,000 




S1,720,34S 


228.451.193 


1 2,T1V,«» 


I TSbjaB-iSR. 




19—T.a. 











f' 



THE CAKAPA YEAR HOOK 1905. 

RAILWAYS. 

Tablb clxii. Number of peraons killed and injured c 
1901-1Q05. 



SMhih Railways. 
Fell from cara or nnpneB, 

Ac work on or near track making 

Putting anna or head 01 

Coupling can 

Calliaion!, or by traina thrown 

Struck by engine or cars at high- 
way erOBsing 

Walking, standing, lying or 
being on track 

Explosions 

Striking bridges, 

Other causes 

Totals killed and injured. . 

Elentrio Rail ways. 

Fell Irom uars or engines. 
Jumping OD or off train 
cngiaes when in motion. 
At work on or near track making 

Putting arms or bead 01 

Coupling cars. 

Oollisionn, or by trains thrown 

from track 

Struck by engine or oara at high 

Walking, standing, lying 01 

being on track. 

Explosions 

Striking bridges 




^P DEFARTUEKTAL STATJ8TICB. 291 

RAILWAYS. 

BLE CLXiii. Cost of construction, working expenses and revenue of 
Goi-emment roada for 1868-1905 and before Confederation. 


Yew. 


CoBtoF 
coiwirui!- 


Working 
expeDnea. 


.„.. 


Sorphis and 




13,881,461 
483,364 
282.615 

1,729,381 
3,946.930 
6.620.570 
5,763,269 
3,925.124 
5,018,438 
4,497,435 
3,209,502 
2,643:742 
2,607.064 
6,109,077 
6,577,237 
5,175.047 
11.707,6111 
14,018.076 
11.224.245 
4,443.220 
1,846.887 
1.766,582 
2,709,667 
2,392,768 
1,184.817 
417.426 
712.917 
586.749 
376.815 
324,775 
204,634 
270,991 
1,112,348 
3,309,130 
3:922;9B9 
6,3«0.611 
3.083,681 
2,619.060 
6,1^482 


369,961 
387,648 
445,209 
442,993 
596,076 
1,011,893 
1,847,925 
1,681,934 
1,497,128 
1,890, -^9 
2.032,873 
2,233,496 
1,861,489 
2,33'), 421 
2,310,639 
2,636.652 
2,613.509 
2,748.711 
2,819,973 
3.152,660 
3,621,077 
3,613.064 
3,846,044 
3,949,2M 
3,748,59s 
3:288:630 
3,226,208 
3,197,846 
3.254,443 
3.195,960 
3.507,249 
3,696,013 
4,(W6,22B 
5:739;052 
5,861,099 
6:474:134 
7,699,969 
8,906,164 


9 

420,753 
465.023 
471,245 

606, n4 

022,901 
703,468 
893,430 
886,087 
966,921 

iM4.m 

1,419,956 
1.739.137 
2.200.485 
2.237.583 
2,641.205 
2,651,938 
2,624,243 
2,628,336 
2,840,748 
3,160,263 
3,107,643 

3,179,020 
3,129^460 
3,140,679 

3,060.074 
3,313,847 
3,940.670 
4.774,162 
5,213.381 
5.913.990 
6,684,696 
6,027.280 
7,050.892 


9 

+ 60.792 

+ 67,476 

+ 36,036 

+ 122,721 

+ 27,886 

308.436 

954,496 

696,847 

530,306 

606,169 

618,027 

813 640 

112.363 

19.936 

AOfifl 

96,347 

61.671 

136^468 

191,657 

811,902 

464,824 

345,621 

842,170 

767.876 

613,204 

2^134 

47,188 

68,396 

113,764 

135.886 

193.402 

+ 243.B68 

+ 108.934 

686.671 

+ 67,891 

+ 110,465 

972,703 

1,856,282 






■ 


















140,110.394'| 115.9n.870 


104,020,600 


11,351,370 




0.394. 

he plus tign where used beFore uiiDaiita in this culnmn meknx a surplus for ihe ^^B 



^^^^ Table ci 



TBE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



Table clxiv. Expeodita 



RAILWAYS. 

e for construction of Government roads bi 
June 30, 1905. 



Intctoalonial (including #396,873 charged to Conwilidated Fund). . 

Cape Breton .. . 

OsYord and New Glaagow 

EastBm Extension 

Drummond County 

Montreal and European Short Line 

Canada Eaatern , 

Carlel '' 



s Edward bland 

Canadian Pacilia 

Annapolin and Dighy 

Yukon Territory Worke (Stikins-Ttalin Ry.). . 

National TranacontinentaL 

Governor General's Car 



68,038.10! 

1,3H,W 
1,464,M 

ma 

800,M 

6.719,H 
6a,78B,3!0 

m'.m 



Tablk OLXT. Cost of oonBtruction and enlargemeat of canals, 1S68-190S, 
and before Confederation. 




DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 
CANALS. 



1-1905 aad before 







Expenditure. 






Ye.r. 










Bavenue 










of canolB. 




C^IHtiLL 


Inomne. 


Staff. 


RB[»i™. 




« 


« 


8 


s 


• 




98,378 








• ' 33,784 


96,348 


113,084 


101.046 


403.879 


126,898 


55 


116,070 


118,679 


400.263 




90,360 


120.403 


150,177 


414.687 




116,430 


135,0)1 


140,468 


488,639 


'.'.'..'..W.. :i&E.Me 


3.1.28U 


124.L17 


153,086 


466.848 


26fl,MT 


127,370 


148,581 


188,573 


486,433 


1,189.692 


51,037 


167,194 


213,614 


510,756 


IJ14,B30 


479 


168,401 


203,227 


414,980 


3,388,733 


an 


178.412 


190,578 


390,337 


4,131,374 


22 


m,fi61 


138.449 


390.867 


3,843,339 




187,621 


122,262 


378.814 


3,064,099 




191.892 


115,360 


337,676 


2,123,360 




196,039 


147.168 


341,508 


3,075,892 


7,217 


] 97,574 


154,654 


361.668 


1,593,174 


66,025 


224,673 


187.399 


326,232 


1.763,002 


62,503 


269.415 




361,604 


1,577,295 


60,994 


280,657 


192.219 


372,662 


1,504.623 


M,298 


2S0,326 


201,708 


321,389 


1,333,325 


31,984 


282,324 


198,263 


828,977 


1,783,698 


65,983 


285.173 


198,889 


321.786 


1,033.118 


130.560 


292,459 


201,929 


317,902 


972,919 


162.015 


301,040 


240,261 


333,189 


1,026,364 


146,854 


390.617 


176.088 


354,817 


1.318,093 


1(S.844 


294.562 


204.768 


349,432 


1,437,149 


194,130 


293,116 


231.090 


324,475 


2,069,673 


196,186 


291,689 


204.759 


867,090 


3,027,l<i4 


100,216 


294,446 


179,630 


387,789 


2,453,274 


216,058 


281.477 


164.034 


389,890 


2,258,779 


. 85,820 


292,121 


209,322 


339,639 


2,348,637 


101.206 


287,970 


178.385 


384,781 


3,207,250 


83.401 


. 280,872 


203,479 


407,663 


3,S9!1,877 


82,206 


280,629 


202,312 


369,044 


2,639,565 


120,664 


293.609 


337,027 


322,643 




135. GOO 


314.095 


262,876 


316,426 


'.:".:'.'.'.'.'.'.::::'.'. 2^uim 


213,04.') 


317,839 


263,768 


300,414 


1,823.274 


275.104 


390,282 


294,114 


230.213 


1,880,787 


298,678 


381,017 


350,379 


79.637 


tftlB 


2.071,.SW 


362,855 


431,500 


401,743 


78.009 


89,294, 7r« 


4,013.941 


9,453,518 


T.488,371 


13,406,616 





u 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK ISOa. 

MARINE. 

Taslk clxtii. Veseele entered ontwarda for sea in the jeara 19O1-1909. 



British with cargoea — 



Cuudi&n with ciirgoeB — 

Nomber of vesselB 

Tons regitter. 

Tons freiffht 

Nuinbar uf craW 



ToBH rtwiBter . 



AH vegBaU with cargoes— 

Number o( veaeels 

Torn regiator. 

ToDB (reight 

Number of oraw 



Canadian in ballast — 
Number of veHeU. . 
Tons reginter 



Alt veBsela in biJlast— 
Number of vsBHilg . 
Tons register 



1901. 



1,743 

2,839,71!! 

2,099,47fi 

72.743 



B,07B,6B2 
4,050,682 
2U3,606 



1902, 



>. 944, 153 

3,349,048 
76,006 



3,617 

889,650 
730,857 
41,817 



6,440,976 
6,473,894 
214,453 



2.134 

218,813 
24,142 



1904. 



1,963 
3,421,446 

2,418,861) 



6,381,838 
4,267,332 
212,218 



2,370 
244,373 
25,090 



DEPARTMENTAL 8TATI8TIC8. 



Table clxviii. 



MARINE. 

Vessels entered inwards from sea in the years 
1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



^tish with 
. Number of v^eaels 
Tons re^pster. . . 

Tons freight 

Number of crew 

Canadian with cai 
Number of v 

Tons register 

Tons freight 

Number of crew 

Foreign with cargoes — 

t Number of vessels 

: Tons regfister 

Tons freight 

Number of crew 

All vessels with cargoes — 

Number of vessels 

Tons register .... 

Tons freight 

Number of crew * 

British in ballast — 

Number 6f vesbels 

Tons register 

Number of crew 

Canadian in ballast- 
Number of vessels 

Tons register 

Number of crew . . . 

Foreign in ballast- 
Number of vessels .... 

Tons register 

Number of crew 

All vessels in ballast — 

Number of vessels 

Tons register. 

Number of crew 



1,242 

2,880,524 

645,501 

67,478 



2,955 

492,116 

216,399 

35,274 



2,814 

1,471,435 

532,929 

75,601 



7,011 

4,344,075 

1,394,829 

178,353 



1,102 

1,258,722 

29,347 



2,033 

335,379 

19,468 



3,606 

1,576,656 

56,766 



6,741 

3,170,657 

105,581 



1,319 

2,639,957 

988,992 

72,331 



2,786 

453,258 

233,286 

35,888 



2,932 

1,397,562 

571,355 

76,860 



7,037 

4,490,777 

1,793,633 

185,079 



923 

1,064,709 

26,983 



2,909 

475,915 

26,550 



4,470 

1,571,633 

61,237 



8,302 

3,112,257 

114,770 



1,474 
3,146,129 
1,362,917 

84,849 



2,667 

458,491 

217,890 

35,875 



2,768 

1,478,978 

553,312 

75,907 



6,909 

5,083,593 

2,133,619 

196,631 



905 

946,157 

23,993 



2,864 

518,614 

26,729 



3,600 

1,502,152 

59,043 



\ 



7,369 

2,966,923 

109,765 



1,920 

3,597,209 

1,139,078 

99,605 



8,061 

572,460 

258,474 

40,023 



8,349 

1,576,667 

471,401 

81,646 



8,350 

5,746,236 

1,868,953 

221,274 



884 

799,385 

21,076 



2,.S27 

382,479 
21,650 



\ 



3,424 

1.215,756 

62,507 



6,635 

2,397,620 

96,238 



1,566 

3,623,335 

1,086,679 

112,879 



3,056 

592,545 

225,692 

42,359 



2,423 

1,369,269 

487,296 

67,577 



7,045 

5,485,149 

1,749,667 

222,815 



843 

784,701 

22,782 



2,844 

468,178 
24,012 



\ 



3,694 

1,255,742 

58,151 



6,881 

2,508,621 

99,946 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
MARINE. 



T 



D the coatjting trade 



EritiBh— 

Tone register 

NiiDjbBt of crew 

Sail 

TonB register 

Number of crew. 

Foreign— 

Tona regriBter.' '...'.....', 

Number of orew 

Sail 

Tons register. 

Number of orew - . 

Descriptimi of vessels — 

Steam, paddle 

Steam, sternwheel 

Sail, Mps 

Sail, buqura 

Sail, barquentinea ...... 

Sail, hriga 

Sail, brigantinei 

Sail, BChoonera . 

Suit, bargee, CRUtJ boate. 



Veasela departed. 
British- - 

Steam. 

Tons regiater 

Number of Drew ... 



Description of vessels- 
Steun, screw. . . 

Steam, paddle 

Steam, atemwhdel. 



I 



lail. ship 
Sail, barques . . . 
Sail, barquentine 

Sail, brigs 

Bail, brigantinsB , 

/itilt taboooera. 

Sail, bttgm, eaiul bcuitB, etc. 



I4,27't,167 

762,514 

29.196 

3,078,fi2« 



40,1.57 

18 ,737,8ao 

935.145 



l,h70 

1,247,034 

43,911 



32,4S8 3 
10,736 li , . . 
5,161 8,709 



43,710 47,836 
15,515,698 !7,B27,!"" 
799,492. 868,194 
32,292 30,213 

3,474.328 3,302,362 
139.MOJ 117,461 



389.582 732,S3& 



Ml,843; 34,473 
7,963, 7,949 

5,163, 






17.429,661 

842,164 

28,562 

3,36S,416 




18,g9a,D» 
981,»t7 

3,1(6, 1« 
S3,3U 



44,911 

I7,THn> 

87B,0W 

a^W7 

9!t.778 



DBPARTMEVTAL STATISTICS, 



297 



MARINE. 

Fable clxx. Canadian and American vessels trading on rivers and lakes 
between Canada and United States exclusive of ferriage, 1901-1905. 



VeBsels arrived. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Canadian — 

Steaui No. 

Tons r^rister. 

Number of crew 

Sail NO. 

Tons register. 

Number of crew 

American— 

Steam Na 

. Tons register 

Ntimber of crew 

Sail NO. 

Tons register. 

Number of crew 

Description of vessels — 

Steam, screw no. 

Steam, paddle u 

Steam, stemwheel n 

Sail, schooners n 

Sail, sloops M 

Sail, barges n 



Vessels departed. 

Cfuiadian — 

Steam no. 

Tons register. 

Number of crew 

Sail no. 

Tons register. 

Number of crew 

American — 

Steam... no. 

Tons r^^ter 

Number of crew 

Sail.. .: NO. 

Tons register.. 

Number of crew 

Description of vessels — 

Steam, screw . No. 

Steam, paddle m 

Steam, stemwheel n 

Steam, schooners.. m 

Sail, sloops II 

. Barges. n 



8,649 

3,077,034 

157,264 

1,724 

412,344 

9,317 



7,399 

1,725,449 

87,192 

3,042 

505,748 

9,538 



12,605 

3,400 

43 

1,728 

188 

2,a50 



8,191 

2,843,103 

154,331 

1,737 

530,470 

12,173 



7,452 

1,807,367 

90,387 

2,933 

585,231 

9,421 



12,528 

3,069 

46 

1,616 

195 

2,859 



9,303: 8,943 

3,480,020' 4,055,084 

188,180, 201,569; 

1,693; 1,604| 

365,219 409,383' 



8,086 



8,668 

3,010,718 

• 125,821 

3,921 

739,784 

12,474 



14,201 

3,723 

47 

1,898 

316 

3,400 



8,904 

3,446,775 

174,714 

1,889 
425,287 

9,227 



8,967 

3,099,359 

128,213 

4,062 

726,754 

12,225 



14,156 

3,667 

48 

1,994 

351 

3.606 



36,124^ 



15,931 

3,734,260 

202,717 

4,341 

908,659 

32,220 



21,366 

3,505 

3 

2,043 

319 

3,583 



8,119 

3,418,585 

165,226 

1,586 

514,320 

7,188 



8,815 

4,090,623 

202,614 

1,556 

403,701 

85,872 



7,290 

2,907,477 

111,901 

3,449 

721,038 

10,759 



12,258 

8,754 

93 

1,705 

251 

3,059 



8,018 

3,645,118 

149,387 

1,500 

436,045 

8,333 



16,260 7,157 

3,871,660; 3,044,747 

188,9131 114,187 

4,610 3,841 



\ 



901,917 
13,876 



20,916 

3,460 

3 

2,009 

328 

3,85^ 



726,751 
11,559 



11,936 

3,143 

96 

1,675 

277 



8,247 

3,798,486 

188,568 

1,160 

313,328 

5,960 



7,862 

2,906,867 

110,229 

4,011 

962,164 

18,693 



11,669 

3,976 

64 

1,696 

162 

3,303 



7,607 

4,032, 4J)3 

159,405 

1,446 

633,361 

7,902 



7,141 

3,061,929 

109,041 

5,239 

991,292 

15,595 



10,970 

3,726 

52 

1,707 

170 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

MARINE. 

Tablb clxki. Wrecks and casualties, 1870 to 19U5.' 



Year unded Dawmber 31. 



IB HndFpd Navemtwr 30. . 
Octuber31 

II November 30, . 

" June 30 

December 31 . . , 
JnnB30 



Total* 10,B35 



99,523 
106,683 
US, 427 



10&,0G0 
110,73 8 
78,343 
72.360 

47.073 



59,066 
47,181 
10r>,8H 
163,297 



B01,tW 
2,10n,<IOII 
2,5(r,33S 
2,844,13! 

2,46s, im 

3,mra 

3,9S2,6B3 

4,119,233 
3.S!0,«9S 
4,992,423 
3.138,423 
2,0S»,7S! 
2,960,331 
2,753,661 
1,900,W 
l,C6a,KB 
1,13^1H 
1,BM,»9 
l,lM.in> 
BHSB 

807,1111 

wS- 
ilSS' 

3a6,M 

aas,iv 

83B,91I 

iSS 



f 



' Britiah uid CuiadiBti ■m-gaing vessels in Cuuidian watera uid CuudUo vowbIi ii 
other w»te™. 

'WfiperaonB were loet by the wreck of the White Star gs. Atlantic in Tnnu B»J, 
Novs Scotia. 

'The returoB uf the Departmoit of Marine and Fisheries nve che number of IJtwM 
at 602, but they erroneously include 562 peraone who were drowned in the vmA o(_lb< 
■teamahiv La Bourgoyne, 60 miles to the south of Sable Island and theretore on the 
aau. The vessel was runninit betwnen New York and Havre. 

»VoTK. TheatfttiBticifor tbeyaaralB^WViKfcamiloiftifcM msnAhieDding Jniw)^ 



DEPARTMBNTAh STATISTICS. 188 

MARINE. ^^J 

Table clxxiu Number and net tonDage of vessels on the registry of ^^H 
shipping, Canada. ^^^H 


DocriptioD. 


,»:. 


1878. 


,«. 1 


No. 


TonnaeB. 


No, 


ToDoage. 


No. 


Tannage. 






168,612 
301,943 
191.080 
3.686 
36,208 
6,940 
7.198 

8.176 


2 

558 

206 

1,180 

3,642 

45 

912 

48 

190 

1 


69 
68,760 
223.005 

445,167 

''IS 

11,003 
46 


2 

1,006 


69 

903,539 




3!is 

164 

1,061 

".[ 

S48 
6b 

121 

77 
6,698 




idkniti&e«,bng.,bukauid brigaatinn 


949; 619.057 , 
4,048 173.433 ' 






7BB 
70 
89 

3 
11 

3 

7,374 


1Z 

743 
129 

1.387,394 




bod-boui 








787,654 


1,073,718 






1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. ] 


So. 


Tonnage. 


No. 


TonnaffB. 


No. 


Tonnage, 


No. 


Tonnage. 




3,178 

m 

•a 

11 
g 

8 
14 

n 

I 

1 


182,644 


2,283 


184,07b 
37,087 
fi7,609 
30,644 
61784 
347 
169. 4B7 

ss 

10,607 

2,676 

162 

96 

74 

2,fltM 
896 
63 

331 

17 
249 


2,406 
2- 

686 
148 

40 
11 
8 

; 

2. 
10 

6 

S 
1 
2 


206,640 
39,612 
65,023 
30.738 
6,981 
347 

116 

68 

209 

4.264 

9n 

63 

SSI 

17 
249 


2,648 
22 
49 
61 
27 

'■S 

627 
143 

4 
8 
8 
1 
29 
10 
6 

6 

i 

i 


214,204 
36,503 
47;43B 
28.238 
6,277 
347 

213,107 
23:867 
94,847 
12,283 

37 
119 

S6 
209 

971 
63 

331 

249 
10 


•Ai, etc 


87.1163, 64 
30,769| 63 
9496 33 


|"i=: 


347 
194,184 
26,326 

ss? 

2.707 
26t 
116 
74 

1,956 
8H5 

03 
470 
331 

17 


3,07* 

405 
641 
122 
43 
11 
7 
3 

18 
9 
6 

6 
1 
2 


nuKdo «jd ynwla. . . . 
Etnue-boata 


W5;J5"^ 


.ig^tihipB 

3U boats and luggere.. 


totoU 


B,6W 


686,276 


6,824 


62i617 


7,031 


683,6UI 


7,171 


882,889 


1 EmbraoinB 356 

Eoa, u>d 2,192 Bcrew a 

> Enoliided wicb wk 


t«ddl 


-wheel a 
with B TVS 


riaterec 


with a 
toonage 


rf 148,7 


tered ton 

07toMfo 


nage 
the; 


of 67,497 

W1904. 



300 


TBE 


CANAnA 


YEAR BOOK 1905. 


^^ 


n 


K 




FISHERIES. 






^H Table clx 


"" 


Pish and fiaherieB by quantity 


1900-1904. 1 


^H Kmd. of 


1900. 


1901. 


1902, 


1903. 


1904. 


Casaha. 
Alemves 


bhL 


51,384 


34,857 


46,664 


33,411 


n&wt 


Bwa, red or striped . , 


lb. 


435,01.1 


} 767,020 


237,4S5 


f 130,285 


!i8,W 


Bus. bluck and other 




iBi.nao 


1 72.300 


D6,l» 


Beluga »kin«, whit 














whale 




173 


2H 


33 


32 


38- 


Clams. 


bbl. 


35,574 






68,341 




Cod. fresh 


lb. 


6,m,m 

943,938 






604.600 


1,2S8,» 


Cod. dried 


owt. 


1,004,586 


1,002,644 


830,883 


793,811 


Cod tonmiee and sounds bbl. 


i:3C7 


1,613 


1,381 


1,885 


i,5as 


CoarHeand minwifish. 


lb. 


15, 468,1)17 


13,970,740 


15,822,477 


16.272.300 


14,5W,«» 


Coarse aod mixed fuh. 


bbl. 




68,831 


86,660 


83.003 


lUTir 


EelB, fresh, 


lb. 


1,027,80b 


1,118,670 


660.908 


917.650 


90I.W 


Eri8,Balted 


bbl. 


5,511 


6,749 


5.735 


6,654 


im 


Fiah for bait 




299,617 


276,198 


235,131 


298,787 


HB,ar 


Fi.h for home conramp- 
























D.». 




bbl. 


277.241 


320^724 


286^668 


348,661 


362,M 


Fshoi! 


mu. 


8^.841 


765,746 


741,138 


714,529 


866.47! 


FuhuotspmiiEed 


lb. 


7.296.127 










Fish not Bpecified 




17.460 










F ah not specified 


bbL 


2.326 










Flounder* 


lb. 


l,96e,928 


1,610,456 


958,770 


1,006,096 


1.070,3111 


Haddock, freah 




9,723,885 


5,420.056 


5,661,081 


8,073,503 


7.ass.w 


Haddock, dried 




113,104 


140,130 


100,319 


7^l3l 


88,113 


Haddock, smoked 


lb. 


2,4ai,540 


3,271,613 


2,190,802 


1,986.780 


2,612,ll» 


Hake, dried 


c«rt. 


133,245 


116,898 


101,131 


101,135 


«10 


Hake sounds 


lb. 


n4,7B2 


82.382 


75,6(» 


66,681 


W,l«! 


Halibut, fresh 




6,189,790 


6,790,711 


9,962.917 


11,420.128 


i4,mw 


Herring, freah 




38,396,B17 


24,263,068 


20,397,999 


22,920.600 


19,BBl»t 


HerrinK, kippered . . 
Herring, salted 




754,900 


136,600 


34.1,000 


345,300 


1<(I,000 


bbL 


28R.698 


307.820 


271,596 


271,076 


27],M 


Herriug. smoked 


lb. 


12,343,908 


13,304,400 


12.287,900 


11,482,215 


i4,eni.!iO 


Lobsters, fresh ot alive 


cwt. 


166:288 


161,195 


142.034 


108,527 


m.i« 


Lobacer, preserved. 


lb. 


11,363,320 


10,Ofi6,8O4 


9.350,121 


10,604,158 


10,7SB,W 


Mackerel, fresh 




4,719,589 


3,067.416 


2,661,976 


5,fi02,73ti 


a,888.» 


Mackprcl, raited 


bbl. 


7i;3'Jl 


66.968 


34,742 


64.709 


WJ2 


MaakiDonice 


lb. 


317,336 


617,546 


24,600 




"■!5 






29,765 


31,000 


26.000 




u.m» 


Ouhwhana 




95S.I0O 


1,200,600 


1,632.000 




\,mm 


Oysters. 


bbl. 


48,227 


44,122 


37,293 


.15,757 


3T,W 


Perch 


lb. 


1,666,606 


1.438.957 


1,642,264 


2,080.20( 


i,aajm 


Pike or jack fish 




6,450.901 


6,427,686 


6,699,530 




1 wS 


Pickerel. 




7,999,450 
173,829 


8,902,083 
113.679 


10,197.916 
125,291 


10,233.34C 




Pollock 






Salmon, fresh 


lb. 


4,890,302 


6.322.000 


6,050,609 


^&i 




Salmon, preserved 




31,164.672 


69.879,619 


30,115,386 


32,W4.721 




Salmon, dry aaltod.... 




6,658.410 


6,476,207 


10,457,148 






Salmon, pickled . ... 


bbl. 


6.356 


8,573 


7,012 






SaJinon, smoked 


lb. 


314,Si!5 


315,230 


406,816 


522,415 


mm 


Sardines, fresh 


bbL 


396,669 


237,281 


167,414 


180,433 


mfii 


NoTK. Thequanti 


ties in 


his table fo 


the j'ear 190O are take 


from the H 


nnuarw** 


of 19U1 and those of the foiir 


years 190!- 


904 are Uken from t 


e annual t< 


portodbt 


Department of Mtrine 


andFi 


e \B\.teiB " n. s." where ui 


■ed mean no 


(■^faA 


^^^ 




— 




^ 


^B 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 
FISHERIES. 
Tabi^ OLxxtv. Fiah and fisheries by value, 190O-I904. 



:iDi3K of Eah. 



1300. 



1901. 



190S. 



tk and oilier 

iDB, white wh&le , . 

(."[11.1'.'.'.'.'."". 
ue« Hid Kninds.. . 

dmiiedBsh 

d mixed fish 

L 

ad 

lame oonnuroption. 

specified 

frwh 

naokBd 

ed 

nda 

fiwh 

fnnli 

Sesr":::::.::: 

smolced 

Imh or alive..... 
preserved.. . . . . . 

'.aUtad. '.'.'. '..'..'.,'. 
«£■■ 

iok fish!. .!'!!!,!! 

inwerved 

iry i»lted 

Jolcled 

fre.h. .■.'.■."'.'*.■"■.* 



53,302 
84.413 

3.532,204 

9,094 

211,H4<I 



4!)T.5l6 
2T[»,61 
H4.678 
204,870 



2.701 

29.586 
146.813 



3,(B1,817 
113,555 
43.042 
26,13S 
311,974 



414. 29e 
384,772 
167.862 
as. 724 



384.021 
339,764 
13,600 



861,519 
B,B88,934 
259,048 



175.02(i 

20,180 

3,741,400 



S00,U&7 
131,448 
227,546 
37,832 
675,441 
320,937 



50,282 
190,248 
408,086 



790,667 
3,012,119 

418,286 
71,780 
42,288 



215.338 

56,83s 

3,571.5r- 



439.871 
366,300 I 

199.267 



156,728 
322,117 

41,017 
784,504 
655,871 

18,100 

1,240.206 

342,312 



340,597 

409,800 

1,100 



2,237.246 

758.991 
66,910 



E 



TBE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

FISHERIES. 

Table clxxiii. Fish and fiaheriea by quantity, 1900-1904, 



^ 



Kioda of flib. 



SealBkins, fur. Ho. 

SealakiiiH, hair i. 

Sea, uCMr akinB , . - 

Shad bW. 

Smelta. lb. 

Sqnid bbl. 

SuirgHon lb. 

i^turgeon oaviare. . it 

Trout 

Tommy cod u 

Whftefidh ,. 



British Coluiahia. 

Bius, red or striped lb. 

CUms bbl. 

Cod, frtsh lb. 

Ood, dry owt. 

Course iuid mixed fish., lb. 
Cmree and mixed fish,, bbl. 

Fish for bait n 

Fish for home consumption . 

Fish for manure bbl. 

Pish oil fcall. 

FiF-hnulapecifipd ... .lb. 

Fkh not HUeciHed bbl. 

Flounders lb. 

Halibut 

Herring, fresh 

Herring, kippered con. 

Herring, smoW lb. 

OolachonB. n 

Oy«tflr» bbl. 

.Salmon, freah lb. 

^Imon, preserved ..... m 

Salmon, dry salCud ii 

Salmon, pickled ir 

SoljDua, smoked n 

SeaUkinB, fur no. 

S™Ukins.hair „ 

Sea otter skinB. r 

Shad bbl. 

Smelts lb. 

Sturgeon 



SturBBun 
Trout,.. 

r 



1900. 



1,351,151 
64,543 

6,012,409 
2,S3S,740 
12,306,43s 



10,500 

648,600 

303 

610,800 

279 

i012 

128,100 

3,781,100 

2,335 

8,150 

4,261,000 

946,000 

84,000 

168,500 

030,000 

3,600 

1,728,000 

31,165.""" 

6,361,010 



4,n50 



86,600 

106,000 

1,!)00 



1.715,000 
2j,42a 

19,1«2 



2,128,S05 

fiB,8fi4,]7fl 

6,478,207 

7,931 

301,000 



1903. 


1903. 


939.600 


2,961,600 


16,88! 










10,038 


9,170,24( 


9,81fi.07i 






1,734,.W; 


1,660,32( 


B,t,80l 




8,643,05) 


7.689,927 












n. B. 






569.50C 






265 


n s. 




1,60C 




161,960 


223,550 


8,417,000 


10,209,000 


1,653, 60C 


3,ti20.00( 






448, 49C 


668. 44( 


1.8,^2,30C 


1,883,621 






2,196,54C 


2,60fi.65( 


30,10,1,771 
















16,S8: 


20,49E 










45 


a 


38i),60( 


4,W,06( 


33,600 


30,000 


3.51,360 


384.200 



2,977,8I» 
14,611 
14,3»' 



8,971,871 
14,791 

i.Ma.2» 

11W70' 
8,216,7H 
3,057.719 
16,468,711) 



2.e«^lM 

432,0(»| 

14,MJ 




DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



r FISHERIES. 

CLKxiv, Fish and ftsheriea by value, 1 

Kinds of fish. 



Cakaua. 
«, praKTved 

ood.*.'.'.;"". 
flh 

tiahColumb 

m] oratriped 

'mil'.".'.".' .".'. . 

and mixed fish. . 
and mixed tish . 

r bait. 

F home ODiuunipl 
r mumce. 

itipeoified 

J8, kippered.... 

, preBerved . , . . 

I, dry Baited 

1, pickled 



1800. 


1901. 


f 


S 


B3,600 


85,750 






ii,m 


22,85B 


8,0W: 


6,00(1 


92,34; 


78,921 


2gi,49( 


485,874 




124, OK 


82,36t 


91, 7K 


33,37!: 


41,604 




663,642 


31.0M 


131.497 


490,898 




4.546,377 


7,94^771 


750 






23,60f 


20,f6C 






24,60( 










m 




107,B«<i 


370.0(x: 


r,.m. 


9,oni 


32.001 


45,B3C 






17t 




313,05f 


286, 05t 












ie,25( 


3T.90( 


65,H5( 






103,1581 


212,88( 


3.050,eH< 


6,986,6:f 






37.1a 


79,310 








366,33« 


6,86) 


3.075 




5,0'W 


16( 


5O0 


1,73( 


B.07B 


3.15( 


3.2tC 


AH 


iOB 


20.386 


32,330 




TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 

FISHERIES. 

Tablb clxxiu. Fiah aod fisheries by quantity, 1900-1901. 



KiodB of Gsb. 



1900. 



1!W1. 



1903. 



Coani« and mixed Rsh . , 
Fish [or houis coDBump- 

Fish <Ai.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'." .'.". Bdl. 

Fiab. notipecihMl lb. 

Psreh. 

Pike 

Piokecal 

Stnifteon 

Sturgiyni, caviare . 

Trout 

White&h 



1,372,34 

87,25 

3.176,68 



7,261,0001 
738,60ol 



34,000 

4,208,300 

5,270,900 

727,600 

20,000 

101,700 

10,51(1,600 



10,180,500 
1.180,000 



46,000! 
4,614,8001 
6,88e,6O0< 



1,006,000 
4,645,500 
7,2(i(i,000 
980,000 



AIhh 



bhi. 



Bat» . .. 

CUmi. , 

Cod, IrfiHh. 

Cod, dHed _ . 

Cod, tongoesandsounils bbl. 
Coarse and tnised fiah. . lb. 
Coarse and mixed 6ab ^ . bbZ. 

EeU.ulted ... 

Fi»h for bait 

Fifth. furmanurB 

FUh, oil gaUg, 

Fiah, not specified lbs. 

FloundSTB ,1 

Haddock, freah <i 

Haddock, dried cwt. 

Haddock, Biuoked. lb. 

Hake, dried owt. 

Hake.sooQd? Iba. 

Halibut 

Herring, fresh 

Herring, kippered odh. 

Herring, salted brls, 

Herrinfr, smoked lbs. 

Lobsters, fri-dh or alive, owt. 

Lobaters, prtwerved lbs. 

Maekerel, fresh „ 

Mackerel, salted.. .. brls. 

OysteiB i. 

Rokerel .. 

Pollock owt. 

Salmon, (resh Ibt. 

Salmon, preserved 

Salmon, smoked n 

Sardines brls. 

Sardines, preserved.. . cans. 
- Ssalakina, hair No. 

I I ' Quantity not spaoified. 

■L 



38,108 
402,186 

30,801 
742.100 



l,49i) 

66,903 

SB, 837 

42,318 

671,776 

115,S00 

1,884,048 

2,068 

61,800 

30,514 

26,373 

107,670 

16,071,470 

266,900 

126,651 

11,217,110 



25,704 

1,291,679 

3,266 



24,714 
19,128 
122,300 



9S,644J 

1891 

56,000 



22,722 
21.640 

127,250 
6,8»3,B00 
343,000 
161,677 
10,024,.'ffi0 
20,8JS 



1,422,200 
8,680l 
5,3501 



21,389 

1,443,525 

6,900 

6,740 



1,716,000 939,600 



114,500 
45,535 

604,600 
H8,e56 



2,980 
104.560 

179,030 
49,300 



127.600 
3,9)'3,000 

177,300 

150,513 

9,712,400 

17,646 

2,136,612 

433,000 

13.470 

117.900 
20,814 



6.800 

180,000 

2,961,600 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



306 



FISHERIES. 



Table olxxiv. Fish and fisheries by value, 1900-1904. 



Kinds of fish. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



itoba and Terri- 
tories. 

and mixed fish 

r home consumption. . . 

I 

»t specified 

i".V.'.'." '.".'.'.'.".*!! !!;!!; 

m . . 

>n caviare 

ish 



!W Brunswick. 

BS 

esh 

ied 

ngues and sounds . 

and mixed fish 

and mixed fish 

kited 

r bait 

r manure 

I 

)t specified 

ers 

ik, fresh 

jk, dried 

$k, smoked 

dried 

ounds 

b 

f, fresh. 

?, kippered 

;, salted 

;, smoked 

*B, fresh or alive . . . 

•8, preserved 

■el, fresh 

«!, salted 

11*.*.'.*.*.*. '''"'.'.'. 

.•••••• •••• ■•• 

, preserved 

, smoked 

», preserved ... . 
as, hair 



$ 

494,508 

8,301 

26,131 

450 

31,650 

709 

45,796 

78,456 

17,208 

1,293 

4,000 

280,514 



2,962,711 

142,609 

30,963 

36,808 

6,157 

315,120 

180 

5,414 

10,997 

61,565 

50,128 

8,885 

64,137 

2,181 

23,585 

5,394 

3,440 

55,500 

2,509 

3,074 

60,609 

19,825 

379,858 

181,615 

50,230 

391,423 

46,457 

14,137 

49,491 

5,137 

45,957 

150,484 

475 

120 

305,073 

93,500 

77 



958,410 

105,870 
14,772 



680 

84,166 

158,127 

42,380 

20,000 

5,085 

527,330 



4,193,264 

81,632 
18,930 
68,610 

375,476 

1,760 

16,440 

11,870 

22,360 

139,813 
60,055 
13,701 

8,175 

20,583 

15,000 

71,520 

55,607 

9,562 

12,220 

80,440 

13,660 

696,632 

243,061 

120,566 

368,468 

103,920 

7,875 

57,840 

9,025 

51,774 

284,440 

1,302 

1,070 

469,256 

85,750 

343 



$ 


$ 


$ 


1,198,437 


1,478,665 


1,716,977 


149,945 


246,400 


275,265 


20,236 


35,400 


45,300 


1,320 


35,240 


5,050 


108,220 


129,310 


171,565 


235,966 


290,640 


346,950 


75,600 


94,800 


119,280 


30,000 


33,100 


49,000 


5,700 


3,600 


3,300 


571,450 


610,175 


701,267 


3,912,514 


4,186,800 


4,671,084 


93,114 


71,330 


99,632 


13,830 


11,440 


12,645 


167,274 


109,871 


167,378 


— 


20,180 


15,560 


374,578 


402,998 


412,470 


1,890 


2,500 


2,800 


5,586 


— 


6,180 


18,060 


16,240 


19,586 


23,250 


29,800 


32,460 


128,985 


^56,825 


181,275 


65,510 


89,515 


95,307 


14,426 


14,790 


16,656 


8,745 


5,730 


7,425 


31,946 


43,770 


55,704 


7,977 


11,043 


ie;782 


5,940 


8,454 


11,208 


51,125 


42,053 


74,507 


10,820 


8,967 


14,065 


12,725 


12,760 


12,440 


68,839 


39,830 


42,996 


34,300 


17,730 


18,100 


646,308 


717,808 


720,337 


200,487 


194,248 


252,106 


136,569 


143,230 


137,980 


393,059 


534,153 


613,776 


61,800 


57,960 


32,232 


4,575 


6,600 


5,100 


51,180 


62,350 


76,600 


5,040 


8,253 


8,295 


42,779 


41,628 


46,418 


, 288,705 


257,968 


254,460 


1,035 


735 


555 


1,150 


1,160 


1,130 


333,782 


360,000 


639,940 


46,975 


147,575 


148,890 


209 


186 


215 



— Y.B. 



TBE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 
FISHERIES. 



Fiah and fisheries by quantity, 1900-1904. 



Shad 

SmeltB 

Squid 

Sturgeon , . 
SCurgyxin, en 

Trout. 

Tommy ood. 
Whitefiah. . 



AleH 



, a Btriped 

Basa, bUdk and other. . 

Clama 

Cod, freah ... . 

Cod, drifed 

Cud, tongues and ■oundii 
Coarae and mixed fiah. . 






Guari 

KeU, adittid 

Fiah fur bait 

Fiuh for manure. . 

Fish oil ■ - . . 

Fiah not apecified . . . 

Moundera. 

Haddock, freflh 

Haddock, dried 

Haddock, amoked. ... 

Hake, dried 

Hake, Bounds 

Halibut, frrah, ... . . . 

Herrinir, freah. . . .. 

Herring, kippered 

Herring, aolted 

Hnrliig, amoked . . 
Lobettra, freah or alire 
Lobst^ra, preserved . . 

Mackerel, fresh 

Mackerel, aalted. . . . . . 

Oyatera 

PoUook 

Salmon, freah 

Salmon, preserved .... 

Salmon, pickled 

Salmon, i>mok(<d 

Seklskina, hair. 






IflOO. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


l>hl 


7.634 




6,1!M) 
















347 


3,46: 


3,76( 


2,18; 




a, 200 


2,000 
100 


1,000 


476 






2i7,m 


206,35< 


218,601 




1,955, av 


1,S(I9.60( 


1.696,60( 


1,83S,60( 








5,500 


9,700 


bhl 


11,900 










3,133 
1,171 


19,000 


12,236 


15,723 




3,9K 


],Bli 


B.'HJt 


10,981 


lb. 


1,896,69 














64e,6&l 


496, G« 




95: 


891 


59! 


861 


lb 


G,460,6S; 














60,50( 


73.46S 




631 




2,28£ 
















66,641 


106,361 


63,»9t 


58.076 




373,101 


326,28( 








760,07{ 










l,787,0a 


1,446,951 


7B3,S7( 


813,091 








4,419. 70t 




ITWt. 


102,851 


I30,84t 


93,29f 


62,57( 


lb. 


2,423,741 


2,103,10f 


2,091,HOC 


1. 845. SBC 








71,91C 


78.424 




49,98( 


49.89t 


41,05£ 


41,627 


















6,385,91f 


11,096,50C 










- 








40,m 


51,27! 




B65,60( 


B96,85f 


1,BOO,00( 


D42,04e 




140,41( 


146. 48i 


120,902 






6,031,46! 


6,003,02! 


4,637,2m 


fl.l63,71S 




3,790,11- 


2,140.22! 


2,063,096 


6,076, 12« 








1!1,77£ 


49,532 




1,62! 


I,69f 




1,K>4 


■;wt. 


H7,76( 


87,632 


103,82; 


104,481 






673,214 


632,761 


' 519,8S: 




5,61( 


















Ill, 


13,24( 


7,44( 


11,315 


5,865 


















],1K 


3,846 


lb. 


476,392 


459,112 


252,180 


360.475 



DBPARTMBNTAL STATISTICS. 



3B7 



FISHERIES. 



Table clxxiy. Fish and fisheries by value, 1900-1904. 



Kinds of fish. 



Nova Scotia. 

red or striped 

black and other 

8 

fresh ... 

dried 

tongues and soonds. 

« and mixed fish 

e and mixed fish 

salted 

for bait. 

for manure 

Ml 

Qot Specified . . 

iders 

lock re*h 

lock <1ried 

lock, cAok«d 

, dried 

^ sounds 

mt. 

ing, heA 

ing, kippeteiL 

ing, salted 

ing. smoked 

ten, ficab or jlji"ts . . 
ters, p rewi fi w l . _. 

:erd, frerii 

:et«l, aaheii 



ck 

cm, fteA 

on, p ra aurmi d 
on, i«dkitedL .. 
cm, flBicdBed. 
ktsi, haar 




ew Brunswick. 

;s 

eon . 

eon, caviare 

ly ood 

efish 



$ 

68,389 

238,768 

307 

88 

13,742 

18,078 

225 



7,262,671 

40,905 

229 

70 

12,6<J5 

27,0:i5 

2,110,1081 

6,r>47l 

75,3^/ 

3,07»i 
272,151' 
H4HI 
i/l,2l4 

no,w7 

:^^'/74 

i/Hi 

%) 



1901. 



66,470 

401,661 

9,932 

200 

50 

21,760 

96,476 



7,980,642 
62,6WJ 

6,764 

2,62rj.412 
H,920 

7H,472 
W,«7« 



1903, 



61.900 


61,250 


391,520 


387,760 


15,040 


H,732 


HO 


4H0 


- 


42H 


20,636 


2l,H«0 


79,776 


66,165 


990 


1,465 



7,861,768 

H8,M24 
1,228 

47,411 

2,5M6,616 
5,92^) 

121,010, 

\\H,'Mi\ 

mM/4 

5*»//M4 



1903, 



7,H41.rtO« 

66,1(¥) 
1,672 

81,N14 
2,284,<>77 

I 



im. 



5<UM0 

846.l>70 

3.660 

4N0 

450 

25,1 NO 

H2,95fi 

1.245 



7,2X7.009 
54,2H4 

W,470 

24;V<H 



2lO^%.tL 



^^^^^ 




^^ 






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^^ 


308 


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CANADA 


YEAR BOOK 1005. 






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F I S H 15 R I E S. 






^^M Table clxxiii. 


Fish and fisheries by quantity, 1900-1904 


Kindg of fteh. 


1900. 


1901. 


1902. 


190S. 


1904. 


Nova Scotia 
Squid: 


bt>l. 


13.760 


33,423 


28,006 


16,776 


13,086 


Trout 


lb. 


42,607 


97,361 


121.155 


131,477 


1I0.I«C 


Tommy cod 




lGe,9S0 


223,996 


181,600 


302,,530 


186,1)10 


Outario. 














Sva, black aod other. 


lb. 


_ 


412,626 


3,300 


6,050 




CoarBe and mined Hnh. 




l,628,8.'i2 


3,600,680 


2,970,303 


2,711.000 


2,6I3.8S9 


Eahpfrwh 




«.77S 


75,190 


73,233 


37,960 


.4S,ISDg 


' Herrins, &eah 




1.087.W1 












7,*87,958 


7,793,438 


6,081,354 


3,Of«.150 




Beiring, sailed 


bbl. 


803 


Saai 


4:322 


3,268 


■ 3,SU 


M»skinonge . , 


lb. 




564,596 








Pereh.... 




1,104,407 


1,066.087 


1,289,884 


868,700 


932,10) 


Pike or jack Bsb 




l,BaH,0fi8 


1,8.50.2.55 


1,720.830 


l,53»,3a9 


1,7T0,7IM 


Pickerel , 




2,428.889 


3,054.057 


2,930,855 


2,604,540 


%mfi» 






710.793 


568,090 


492,484 


494,250 


486,S» 


aturgeoii, caffiare , . 




58,183 


41,150 


33,804 


31,260 


31.7r» 


Trout ... 




4.834,.™ 


5,803,367 


5,345,468 


6,492,110 


6,99ftM 


Wliitefisii 




2,til3,OW4 


3,218,540 


2,909,170 


2,667,170 


3,546,1M 


PrioceEdward la 


land. 












Alewivea 


bbl. 


1,286 


1,310 


2,517 


»70 


1SS 


Clama.. ' 




40.5 


140 


i;205 






" Cod, dried 


uwt. 


39,063 


22,159 


28,426 


17.741 


16,111 


Cod tiniiniesandmimdu 


bbl. 


187 


287 


200 


271 


70 


Ooarseand mixed fish. 




204 


1,336 


1,095 


1,335 


ss> 


Eela,8alted 






906 


908 


1,1(92 


i,a» 


Fsh for bait 






a9.910 


32.695 


37,71S 


^w 


F Bli luanur*. 




1,540 


2,H80 


■ 895 


2,580 


i;« 


Fsh oil 


gil. 


fl,7.S7 


10,222 


16,033 


7,ai2 


l!,W 


F Bh not apecilied. . . 


Ih. 


177,168 










Flounders 










2,000 




Haddock, frBHh 




19,.S60 


12,000 


6,000 


120,300 


fl,M 


Haddock, dried 




6,345 


750 


1,000 


875 


w 


Haddock, amoked.. . , 


lb.' 




5,900 








Hake, dried 


cwt. 


16,039 


7;390 


6,168 


3,085 


B,»t 


Hake, souudB 


lb. 


19,099 


13,359 


12,970 


7,029 


u,» 


Malilwt 




8,640 


5,450 


5,200 


1.950 




Hnrriag, treeli 




1,347,615 


783.440 


587.000 


604,000 


Tsa,v»- 


Herring, salted 


bbl, 


39,068 


32,683 


20,934 


34,760 


i*!5! 


HerrinB. smoked 


lb. 




160,000 


76,000 


140,000 


15a,CM 


Lobsters, fresh or aiive 


cwt. 






224 


400 


1,S» 


Maokerei, fresh 


lb. 


2,271.6.34 


2,386,070 


2,039,603 


2.33^400 


B,601^W! 




109,456 


56,693 


71,380 


43,100 


ll,» 


Mackerel, salted 


bbl. 


3,847 


6,100 


2,329 


4,626 


3,Mr 


Oysters 






24,972 


y),334 


18,333 


18,«! 


Pollook 


EWt. 


'365 


60 


76 




^» 


Salmon, fresh 


lb. 


1.400 


1,800 


1,700 


3,600 


6.«t 


Salmon, smoked , , , 






ia,ooo 






« J 




No. 




16 


7,520 


" 


-J 


^^^ 1 Quantity nut Hivoilied. H 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



d09 



FISHERIES. 



Table CLXXiv. Fish and fisheries by value, 1900-1904. 



Kinds of fish. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



ova Scotia. 



cod. 



Ontario. 

ick and other , 
nd mixed fish. 

sh. 

specified . . . . 

fresh 

salted . . . 
nge 



ack fish 



t 

t caviare. 



Edward Island. 



3d 

pies and sounds 
nd mixed 6sh. . . 

V^Tvl ■•■••• m ■ * 

bait 

manure 



specified 

PS 

c, fresh . . 
:, dried. . 



Cj smoked. 



Pied 

)unds. . 



, fresh 

seated 

smoked 

. fresh or alive . 
, preserved . . . 

1, fresh 

I, salted 



fresh . . . 
smoked, 
s, hair . . 



33,291 
2,675 
4,659 



1.122,010 



25,853 

304 

37,870 

160,849 

1,989 

23,084 

47,476 

113,620 

45,286 

31,636 

441,156 

202,887 



1,017,496 

3,760 

1,324 

132,702 

1,633 

408 

54,653 
1,540 
3,263 

17,941 

560 
18,676 

35,483 

4,299 

794 

14,126 

59,276 



511,059 

10,766 

33,712 

80,278 

500 

140 



89,692 

9,735 

11,199 



1,428,078 

33,002 

73,123 

4,511 

155,869 

9,526 

33,876 

31,982 

74,250 

152,703 
34,085 
21,054 

554,427 

249,670 



1,050,623 

5,240 
560 

88,636 
2,870 
3,160 
9,050 

44,865 
1,440 
3,067 



360 

2,250 

312 

16,628 

6,679 

545 

7,834 

130,732 

3,000 

160 

477,214 

6,683 

91,5<K) 

99,888 

180 

360 

180 

32 



112,024 

12,115 

7,575 



1,265,706 

264 

87,069 

4,394 

101,627 
17,2^8 

38,696 

68,833 

146,543 

29,549 

17,013 

523.152 

231,278 



887,024 

10.068 

4,820 

113.704 

2,000 

2,190 

9,080 

49,042 

895 

4.811 



180 
3,000 

13,878 

6,485 

520 

5,870 

83,736 

1,500 

1,120 

407,920 

8.566 

34,935 

81,336 

150 

340 

15,040 



67.1001 

13,1481 

9,076' 



484 

97,215! 

2,277 

123,526 

26,148 

_ I 

26,061 ' 

61,573 

260,4541 

39.540: 

1«,898 

613,971' 

264,997 



3,915i 

6,025; 

79,8341 

2.7001 

2,942 

11,620 

56,578 

1,290 

2,164 

60 
3,609 
2,625 

8,291 

3,515 

195 

6,040 

111,420 

2,800 

2,800 

683,850 

5,172 

69,390 

91,665 

700 



52,340 

11,017 

5,607 



1,535,144; 1,793,229 



104,597 
2,730 

212,629 
35,295 

27,678 

71,028 

263,254 

38,816 

22.499 

663,733 

350,970 



1,099,5101 1,077,546 



1,700 

3,194 

72,500 

700 

1,220 

13,500 

65,255 

749 

2,020 



279 
2,865 

14,746 
5,910 

7,500 

68,427 

3,040 

10,731 

625,275 

1,362 

46,705 

90,030 

180 

1,280 

80 



310 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



FISHERIES. 
Table clxxiii. Fish and fisheries by quantity, 1900-1904. 



Kinds of fish. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



Prince Edward Island. 

Smelts lb. 

Squid bbl. 

Trout lb. 

Tommy cod » 



Quebec. 

Bass, red or striped lb. 

Bass, black or other n 

Beluga skins, white whale, no. 

Clams ... bbl. 

Cod, fresh lb. 

Cod, dried cwt . 

Cod, tongues and sounds bbl. 
Coarse and mixbd fish. . lb. 

Eels, fresh n 

Eels, salted bbl. 

Fish for bait n 

Fish, for manure u 

Fish oil gal. 

Fish not specified. lb. 

Haddock, fresh h 

Haddock, dried cwt. 

Haddock, smoked lb. 

Hake, dried cwt . 

Halibut, fresh lb. 

Herring, fresh n 

Herring, salted bbl. 

Herring, smoked ... lb. 

Lobsters, fresh or alive, cwt. 

Lobsters, preserved lb. 

Mackerel, fresh n 

Mackerel, salted bbl. 

Maskinonge . . . lb. 

Ouananiche n 

Perch II 

Pike or jack fish m 

Pickerel n 

Salmon, fresh n 

Salmon, pickled bbl . 

Salmon, smoked lb. 

Sardines, fresh bbl. 

Sealskins, hair no. 

Shad bbl. 

Smelts lb. 

Squid bbl. 

Sturgeon lb. 

Trout II 

Tommy ood u 

Whitefish n 



972,067 

601 

55,000 

1,900 



47,164 

132,480 

173 

446 

2,009,268 

245,741 

205 

6,288,737 

477,024 

3,473 

82,435 

113,304 

273,411 

784,644 

43,300 

1,822 

560 

252,078 

3,891,968 

39,604 

110,416 

132 

1,109,821 

7,540 

317,336 

29,765 

435,240 

445,151 

401,895 

1,115,825 

357 

50 

2,043 

18,145 

924 

349,305 

4,379 

260,156 

519,260 

720,900 

102,00| 



730,947 

1,647 

35,825 

9,600 



146,195 
28 



227,035 

258 

3,349,060 

1,043,480 

187 

61,870 

89,382 

221,474 

34,000 

3,532 

513 

169,012 

889,340 

30,803 

123,000 

70 

825,171 

5,500 

12,424 

52,950 

31,000 

338,870 

363,130 

396,625 

1,196,981 

555 

1,440 

2,653 

15,461 

108 

392,700 

4,451 

197,415 

367,317 

716,500 

80,805 



401,750 

705 

25,450 

7,7W 



83,650 

33 

415 

228,520 

300 

2,123,174 

777,670 

217 

37,520 

89,25C 

221,364 

70,500 
3,364 

331 

180,070 

806,230 

35,208 

142,050 

55 

708,018 

3,500 

12,333 

24,600 

26,000 

206,400 

263,900 

280,660 

877,083 

294 

523 

22,682 

178 

296,400 

4,466 

295,380 

879,280 

399,900 

71,560 



740,740 

196; 

23,240 

5,500 



66,250 
32 



220,865 

308 

1,606,400 

879,700 

204 

77,752 

98,265 

151,421 

55;500 
8,005 

326 

117,262 

528,850 

32,263 

119,330 

108 

978,434 

1,500 

10,201 

16,950 

24,300 

205,500 

240,600 

244,900 

921,994 

369 

482 

5,425 

365 

909,600 

150,670 

368,300 

321,600 

64,060 



739,400 

360 

18,100 

2,600 



55,100 

28 

791 

121,985 

169,184 

228 

1,203,750 

859,400 

197 

59,649 

106,650 

141,823 

47,000 
2,054 

163 

144,580 

837,900 

32,949 

86,000 

120 

818,634 

2,675 

2,334 

11,000 

12,000 

195,400 

205,200 

202,600 

769,621 

282 

537 

7,888 

362 

273,100 

430 

128,090 

290,500 

103,200 

53,300 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



311 



FISHERIES. 



Table clxxiv. Fish and fisheries by value, 1900-1904. 



Kinds of fish. 



1»00. 



1901, 



1902, 



1903. 



1904. 



e Edward Isla nd. 



cod 



Quebec. 

d or striped 

ack and other 

)kins, white whale 

jsh 

ed 

gues and sounds. 

.nd mixed fish 

jsh 

Ited 

bait 

manure 

i specified 

k, fresh * . . 

k, dined 

k, smoked 

Iried 

, fresh 

, fresh . 

, salted 

, smoked 

3, fresh or alive. . 

3, preserved 

3l, fresh 

3l, salted 

>nge 

iche 

jack fish 

fresh.. 

pickled 

smoked 

3, fresh 

IS, hair 

Q 

cod 

jh 



24,162 

922 

5,500 

19 



2,362,676 

3,703 

7,704 

534 

2,505 

29,579 

972,982 

1,234 

82,052 

24,112 

29,899 

108,466 

70,369 

69,064 

91,043 

686 

6,415 

1,597 

12,408 

42,852 

117,898 

2,311 

653 

253,539 

45,240 

6,680 

2,701 

19,166 

22,099 

26,253 

178,914 

5,355 

XO 

6,901 

8,479 

9,456 

11,736 

8,787 

15,935 

47,757 

8,330 

7,272 



36,547 

6,58S 

3,583 

480 



2,174,459 



11,696 
112 



908,140 
2,580 
33,891 
62,609 
1,870 
92,805 
44,691 
66,442 

1,020 

10,596 

1,154 

15,901 

8.893 

123,212 

2,460 

350 

165,034 

660 

186,360 

3,175 

3,100 

10,166 

14,525 

19,831 

239,396 

8,325 

288 

7,959 

19,326 

1,084 

10,635 

17,804 

11,845 

36,732 

14,325 

6,465 



20,088 

2,820 

2,545 

385 



2,059,175 



8,365 
132 
830 

914,080 
3,000 
39,862 
46,660 
2.170 
56,280 
44,627 
66,409 

2,115 
10,092 

745 

18,007 

8,062 

140,832 

2,841 

275 

141,604 

420 

184,995 

2,460 

2,600 

10,266 

13,195 

20,536 

175,416 

4,410 

1,569 
28,352 

2,662 
14,820 
17,864 
17,723 
37,928 

9,915 

7,155 



37,037 

784 

2,324 

165 



2,211,792 



6,625 
128 



993,256 

3,080 

29,587 

52,782 

2,040 

116,628 

49,132 

45,426 

1,665 
24,016 

734 

11,726 

5,288 

144,351 

2,387 

540 

244,609 

180 

153,015 

1,695 

2,430 

10,275 

12,030 

17,936 

184,399 

5,535 

1,446 

6,781 

7,161 

15,480 

9,040 

36,830 

7,155 

6,405 



$ 



35,970 
1,440 
1,810 

78 



1,751,397 



5,510 
112 

3,164 

4,879 
764,928 

2,280 
23,802 
51,564 

1,970 
89,473 
53,325 
42,547 

1,410 
6,162 

367 

14,458 

8,379"^' 

148,271 

1,720^ 

600 

212,159 

321 

35,010 

1,100 

1,200 

9,770 

10,260 

20,068 

153,924 ' 

4,230 

1,611 

9,854 

6,433 
13,655 V 

1,720 

7,6S6 
29,050 

3,096 

5,330 



312 THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 190S. 

FISHERIES. 
Table OLXZT. Distribation of fry from Domimon hatcheries, 1S€8~1905- 



Tear. 


BritiBh 
Uolumbia. 


MMlitOl*. 


New 
BruDswiok. 


NovaScotiL 


1888-73 

1874 

1876 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879. 

18«0 

1881 

1882. 

1883. 

1884 

1885 

1SS6 

1887 

1888 

1889. 

1890. ,, 

18»1 

1892 

1898 

1894 

1896. 

1898 

1897. 

898 

VW. 

900 

901 

902 

1903 

1904. 


so, 

1,800,000 
2,625,000 
4,411,000 
6,807,000 
4.419,000 
6,640.000 
3,603,KOO 
6,000,000 
5,764,000 
7,800.000 
6,390.000 
10,393,000 
5,a28.000 
6,860,000 
4.742,000 
6.200,000 

16.974,000 
19,626,600 
16,154,000 
19,622.900 


:- 

14,600.000 
10,000,000 
4.500.000 

9,000,000 
20,000,000 
32.000,000 

23,000,000 
12,000,000 
31.500,000 


160,000 

750,000 

360,000. 395,000 

920,000' l,OO0iO00 
1,680,000 1,400,000 
3,495,QO0| 1,740,000 
2,475,600] 73ftOOO 
1,660,000 68^000 
3,628,000 1,165,000 
1,397,600. 1,459,000 
2,64fi.OOOr 1,863,000 
1,716,000' 1,442,000 
4,506,0CH), 2.129,000 

5.700.000 5,884,500 
(1,910,000! 6,813,000 
6,418,000; 10,550,000 

4.928.0001 68,810,000 
5,157,000, 156,780.000 
6,186,000 164,093,000 
8.145,000 172,210,000 
6,748,000, 104,464500 
7,813,000; 95,946,000 
5,982.000' 88,000,OOU 
7,610,000 1H025,«I0 

#6,702,000, 123,970,000 
7,165.000. 113,980,000 
6,008,000. 131,055,000 
20,700,000' 165,alO,000 

106,934,000 176.775.500 













LEFARTMENTAL STATISTICa. 


313 




FISHERI ES. 






CLXXV. 


DifitributioQ of fry from Dominion hatch 


-riea, 




1868-1905— conclmled. 






Yeax. 


Ontario. 


Pri»oe Ed- 
wud laluid 


Quebec 


TouU. 




1 NO. 

' 1,070,000 


... 


~ 


1,070,000 




36a;000 






510,000 




6SO,000 




170.000 


1,670,000 




8.70<l,000 




200.000 


9.6&6,000 




9,300,000 




2,331,000 


13,451,000 




32;605;000 




1,367,000 


37,042,000 




14.002,700 




2,847,000 


21.684,700 




15.423,000 


600,000 


1,885,000 


21,013,600 




IS.300,000 


375,000 


l,0M.O00 


22,949,000 




48,841,000 


1,000,000 


2,165,000 


65,869.000 




78,058,000 


1.210,000 


1,765,000 


83.784,600 




4S,8«),0Ou 


1,000,000 


1,044,000 


63.143,000 




A7O0,0OU 


1,100,000 


1,310,000 


81,067,000 




&1,4B1,000 


400,000 


3,003.000 


76,714.000 




61,630,000 


500,000 


2,206,000 


7U,373,000 




04,076,000 




6,125,0110 


88,109,000 




36,840,500 




4,860.000 


47,700,000 




6S.46S,D00 




6.381,000 


l»,313.O0O 




sy.850,500 




B.350,000 


115,772,300 




64,232,500 




3.98fl,000 


135,959,600 




84,043,00(1 




6,670.000 


358,314,000 




67,480,000 




4,860,000 


254,919,000 




82,310,000 




6,085,000 


294.040,000 




70,150,000 




6.200.000 


202,459,500 




80,300,000 




8.872,000 


198.859,000 




78,346,000 




^300.000 


192,477.000 




80,750.000 




6,233.000 


222,360.000 




9:^,1(35,000 




4,499,000 


266,998,000 




78,310,{)00 




K.095,000 


303,540,000 




,101,896,000 




4,369,000 


271,301,000 




93,701,000 




3,340,000 


314,578,500 




77.362,000 


60,000.000 


4,543.000 


473,358,600 




108,583,000 


100,000,000 


4,616,000 


637,641,400 


1 



TEE CANADA TEAR BOOK :)90S. 
MILITIA. 



Officers and men trained in distinct camps and at local 
headquarters, 1901-1905. ' 



Authorized estAblisbnieDt — 

Officere. 

Non-com. olficent and men. . 

Received 12 days training — 

Officers .. , 

N'ln-cmn. offictrn and men. . 

Received under 12 daya troini 

Officers 

MoD-oam. officers and men. . 

Horses 

Un trained— 

Officers 

Non-com. Officers and men . . 

At local headquarters. 



1.770 
19,108 
4,400 



Non-com 


officers and men.. , 


Received 12 days training- 
Officers NO 

Non-com. ofBoars and men. - . , 


Received u 
Officers 
Non-com 


nder 12 days training— 
offiwrsandmen.".'. , 


Untrained 


- 


Non-com 


officers and men... . 


Total officers and men trained. 
Authorized establiBhment— 


Non-com. officers and men . . . 

Horses 

Received 12 days training- 


Non-com. officers and men . . , 

Horses 

Received under 12 daya training- 


Non-com 


officers and men . . . 


Untrained 




Nod -com 
Hors«... 


officers and men . . , 



12,011 

(>68 

837 
10,796 



4,960 
41,669 
7,410 



%]2{l 
S,S2U 
1,916 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 315 

MILITIA. 
Table clxxvii. Expeaditure and revenue for the five yeara, 1901-1905, 



Schedule. 


1901. 1 1902. 


1908. 


1904. 


1905. 


HcHdqunrCere and district Btoffs.. 
pDmidDcnt forcH 

Annoft! driE. including aupplies 

Civil tanployoies. . . . . .... 

Uaintenauce of niilit&i? projier- 


8 

41.093 
248,639 
70,882 

454,357 
86.495 

39,03 

86.171 
331,447 

36;0St 
72,530 
110,783 
131,561 
5,411 
48,046 


3 

44,203 
270,038 
51,74(, 

529,635 
93,956 

47,760 

220,785 
74,961 
99.079 

354,499 

39,308 
39,950 
81,912 
307,614 
324,736 
1,210 
70,122 
122,432 

254,061 

600 
2,261 
18,317 


8 1 1 

67,390 60,544 
284,474 407,874 
51,606, 82,368 

;'«5,190' 562,236 
91,9941 64,632 

49,201, 50,511 

140,173 162,682 
64,165 140,326 
89,319 673,076 

272,360 660,336 

39,09l' 54,855 
37.987: 40,499 


8 

83,816 
563,300 
66,791 

699,734 
64:964 

49,854 

305,799 


Clotb^DK and n^asaarles for per- 
maDBnt force'. 

■Ptansimrt And frBight. exclusive 
of annufti drill 

Rifle asBociatiouB and bandu 


63^511 

590,172 

64,783 
49,100 
86,477 
226.563 
427,718 
4,736 
53,513 
109,987 
-_ 


Dominion arsenil 


149,998 
299,689 
2;823 
168,748 
111,943 

131,256 

360 
2,268 
18,188 


224,911 
1971401 
934 
69,433 
109,987 

320 
2,373 
17,916 
8,;<04 






Special wrvices. South Africa'^. . . 
Halifax, ppoviaional garrison' 

Paid for penaions- 


558,811 
349,871 


Feoian raid 

N. W. rebellion. 1886 

Keceived for tevem.e- 

Militia 

Casual 


3.339 
18,103 


3,337 
16,420 
7,101 


3,127,483 

25,658 
37,777 


3,850,065 

18,513 
1,821 
23,230 


2,636.126 

17,836 

483 

23,956 


3,580,854 

19,894 

696 

23,333 


3,979,300 
19|98S 








Total revenue 


85,471 


43,664 


42,276 


43,812 


66,165 



316 THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. . 

DOMINION LANDS. 

Table clxxviii. Receipts on account of Dominion lands, 1901-1905 



Sources of receipts. 



stone 



Homestead fees 

Cash sales ,. 

Scrip sales 

Timber dues . , 

Hay permits, mining, 

auarries, etc., cash 
other receipts 

Gross revenue 

Refunds 

Net revenue 

Total net rerenue, 1872-1905. . 



1901. 



S 

79,910 

40,361 

326,270 

209,399 

1,101.808 

116,411 

1,874,159 

18,369 

1,855,790 



1902. 



144,425 

66,950 

169,767 

207,791 

737,878 
105,868 

1,432,679 
27,166 

1,405,513 



1903. 



S 

320,410 
155,508 
158,453 
470,917 

607,722 
177,877 

1,890,887 
21,520 

1,869,367 



1904. 



$ 

255,772 
196,750 
188,424 
397,344 

495,579 
147,956 

1,681,825 
36,722 

1,645,103 



190Sl 



304,806 

154,128 

19,645 

266,951 

364,924 

228,928 

1,339,382 

25,787 

1,313,595 

22,099,265 



Table CLXXix. Letters patent and homestead entries, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Letters patent issued for Dominion 

lands NO. 

Homestead entries made^ •« 


6,461 
8,167 


8,768 
14,673 


7,349 
31,383 


6,890 
26,073 


8,798 
30,819 



1 For the five years ended June 30, 1900, the number of homestead entries made was 
23,204, and for the five years ended June 30, 1905, it was 111,115. For the calendar year 
1905 the number of entries was 34,645. 



IMMIGRATION. 
Table clxxx. Arrivals at inland and ocean ports, 1901-1905. 



Countries of origin. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Great Britain and Ireland 

fjuropean continent and Iceland . . . 
United States 


11,810 
19,352 
17,987 


17,259 
23,732 
26,388 


41,792 
37,099 
49,478 


60,374 
34,785 
46,171 


66,869 
37,2» 
43.65S 


\ 




Totals 


49,149 


67:379 

• 


128,364 


130,330 


146,266 



DEPARTMENTAL 8TATI81*I08. 



317 



PATENTS OF INVENTION. 
Table clxxxi. Transactions of the five years, 1901-1905* 



Schedule. 




1093. 



applications for patents, 

patents granted 

^rtificates granted 

Caveats 

Assignments of patents . 



1904. 



1905. 



NO. 


NO. 


NO. 


NO. 


NO. 


4,817 


5,301 


5,912 


6,061 


6,356 


4,766 


4,391 


5,673 


6,091 


6,111 


651 


510 


432 


517 


636 


302 


317 


328 


303 


300 


2,323 


2,339 


2,384 


2,472 


2,576 



Table clxxxii. Patent Office fees of the five years, 1 901-1 905\ 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1S03. 



1904. 



1906. 



Patents 

Assignments. 

Copies 

Subscription to * Patent Record ' 

Notices to apply for patent 

Sundries 



Total fees 



109,986 

4,606 

1,479 

883 

692 

2,486 

133 



120,064 



119,766 
5,079 
1,665 
1,113 

328 
1,883 

162 



129,896 



130,561 
5,309 
1,803 
1,068 

374 
1,994 

266 



141,364 



134,677 
5,831 
1,660 
1,201 

392 
1,827 

308 



145,896 



140,588 
5,843 
1,650 
1,667 

669 
1,491 

277 



162,085 



^ The year befrins November 1 and ends October 31. 



Table clxxxiii. Number of patentees by countries of residence, 

190M905\ 



Countries. 



1901. 



Canada 

Great Britain and Ireland. 

United SUtes 

France 

Qermany. .. — 

Other countries 



NO. 

744 
256 
3,423 
60 
126 
168 



1902. 



NO. 

654 
239 
3,164 
45 
100 
189 



1903. 



NO. 

'794 

248 

4,222 

57 

116 

236 



1904. 



NO. 

837 
310 
4,417 
66 
186 
277 



1906. 



NO. 

888 
309 
4,451 
62 
171 
230 



318 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



Table clxxxiv. 



PATENTS OF INVENTIONS. 

Number of Canadian patentees by provinces of residence, 

1896-1905. 



COPYRIGHTS, TRADE MARKS, Etc. 

Table clxxxv. Business of copyrights, trade marks, industrial designs 

and timber marks, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Copyrights registered no. 

Certificates of copjnrights .i 

Trade marks registered m 

Industrial designs registered. . n 
Timber marks registered .... m 

Assignments registered •• 

Fees received $ 

• 


888 
249 
521 
146 
24 
183 
16,823 


900 
196 
528 
164 
26 
222 
17,703 


900 

176 

567 

88 

23 

272 

18,086 


1,106 

22't 

621 

107 

25 

lis 

20,647 


1,130 
189 
661 
139 

22 

154 
23,707 



Provinces. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. . 


British Columbia 

Manitoba and the territories 

New Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince £dward Island 


NO. 

35 
28 
12 
32 

430 
2 

201 


NO. 

34 
36 
20 
22 

4&I 
2 

178 


NO. 

54 
45 
26 

27 

4 
171 


NO. 

48 

50 

7 

18 

310 

8 

160 


NO. 

69 
42 
14 
21 

396 
1 

164 


Quebec 


X Obais. 


740 


756 


710 


601 


707 


British Columbia 

Manitoba and the territories 

New Brunswick 


1901. 

57 
52 
26 
17 
407 

185 


1902. 

52 
40 
14 
26 

373 
1 

148 


1903. 

56 
64 
18 
22 

438 
2 

194 


1904. 

59 
61 
33 
36 

477 

1 

171 


■ 

1905. 

61 

58 

26 

27 

509 

1 

206 


Nova Scotia 


Ontario 

Prince Edward Island 

Quebec 


Totals 


744 


654 


794 


837 


888 















DBPARTliBlHTAL 8TAT1BT1C8. 
0FFENCESANDCEIME8. 



CLXXXYI. Convictions for indictable 


offences 


in the DominioQ. 


1900-1904. 










lUOO. 


1901. 


IBoa. 


1903. 


1904. 






















in. f. 


■"■ 1 '■ 


m. 


[. 


m. 


f. 


m. 


L 




. 


„ 


















5 




1 


?. 




i 


1 


1 


2 




1 


■J>\ 




•a 


1 






* 


1 


,»g™vated an 

»^ battery 248 


h 


•m 


1 


m 


in 


lUHl 








II 


m 




4(11 


Ih 






411 


26 


on petop officer 340 


'* 


stt 


\> 


frw 


11 


41>' 


IW 


404 


23 




4H 




w 












.mifem»J« ■ M 


1 


.M 




.M 


; 


n 




41 


1 






IV 


■ 


p 


1 


V, 


7 






IK Btnlpn property into 


10 




« 




, 


, 


n 




7 






IfB 




» 


i 


tw 


1 


n: 




Ul 


3 


y knowing a girl of len- 






























































4)1 




IthK bicth and desertinB 




3 




11 
















n 


11 


3 


l 


m 


[ 


q 


! 








■. 




> 




7 




f 






f 




M 




































































1 
















« 


1 


HI 




IS! 


t 


7! 


: 


lOf 


u 
















































111 




77 




Klh 


1 


nil 
































171 




«i; 




■^>W 






1 


:■«« 


3 








































II 


» 


1 


y 


S,066 


ast 


a,a88 


lat 


*"? 


aat 


3.0tt4 


as 


3,1K» 


231! 




41 








Vi 


V 


HI 




lil 


3 


iUgbter 


10 

1 




11 
It 




Iti 
11 


1 


14 




in 




:, attempt at, 


( 








f 




: 






1 


























4i 




41 




ffi 




w 


. 


V( 




>g to Bupport family 


fU 




.SI 






1 


* 




ft! 


1 






















y 


13 




bl 
7 




ay 

R 




in 




M2 

4 


- 




IIH 




101 




7t 


; 


101 


1 


10! 


2 


? and bentiality 


■ 




\ 




II 




1 




: 






























































































JM 












34 






a 


Totals 


9,429 


33f 


5,343 


29- 


5,313 


347 


6,1.17 


404 


G,3r 


377 



32ib 



THB CAHADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



OFFENCES AND CRIMES. 



Table clxxxvii. Summary convictions for offences, 1900-1904. 



Oflfenoes. 



;1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



Adulteration of food 

Assault 

Breach of peace 

Carrying firearms and unlawful weapons 

Contempt of court 

Cruelty to animals 

Disturbing religious and like meetings. . . . 

Fishing acts, offences against 

Gambhng acts, offences against 

Game laws, offences against 

Incorrigble 

Larceny 

Liquor license acts, offences against 

Malicious injury to property 

Other damage to property - . . . 

Master's and servants' acts, offences against . , 
Medical and dentibtry acts, offences against . . 

Militia acts, offences against 

Miscellaneous minor offences 

Municipal acts and by-laws, breaches of 

> xercising various callings without licenses . 

Health by-laws, offences against 

Highways, offences relating to 

Neglectmg to support family 

Pharmacy acts, offences against 

Profanation of the Lord's day..* 

Railway acts, offences against 

Revenue laws, offences against 

Seamen's acts, offences against 

Statute labour, offences relating to. . . . 

Threats and abusive language 

Trespass 

Vagrancy 

Drunkeness 

Indecent exposure 

Insulting, obscene and profane language. . 
Keeping, frequenting bawdy houses and in 

mates thereof 

Loose, idle and disorderly 

Weights and measures acts, offences against. . 
Insanity 

Totals 



No. 

14 

2,985 

728 

92 

14 

383 

88 

123 

1,107 

73 

9 

198 

1.948 

137 

531 

663 

58 

10 

25 

4,561 

278 

203 

185 

53 

4 

142 

250 

49 

86 

16 

321 

794 

3,321 

12,215 

124 

600 

1,436 

1,947 

24 

90 

35,885 



No. 

14 

8,093 

708 

87 

13 

282r 

73 

121 

414 

121 

11 

224 

2,230 

85 

529 

707 

45 

5 

18 

4,974 

463 

316 

185 

50 

1 

200 

271 

24 

126 

8 

355 

664 

8,253 

12,725 

125 

596 

1,207 

2,047 

18 

120 

36,610 



No. 

12 

2,970 

833 

95 

23 

297 

57 

147 

469 

142 

10 

247 

2,366 

98 

651 

643 

36 

12 

4 

4,885 

377 

329 

437 

40 

'k 

232 

387 

71 

158 

4 

424 

597 

2,918 

13,324 

150 

549 

1,787 

1,969 

12 

110 

37,876 



No. 

7 

3,394 

976 

165 

38 

366 

111 

100 

424 

111 

15 

254 

«,031 

56 

767 

650 

35 

10 

5 

5,240 

265 

224 

540 

46 

30 

227 

428 

41 

227 

5 

434 

774 

3,261 

16,532 

180 

644 

1,799 

2,296 

11 

143 

43,862 



No. 

17 

3,611 

977 

198 

25 

476 

114 

140 

465 

150 

15 

356 

3,018 

33 

837 

676 

42 

13 

6 

4,562 

249 

177 

704 

44 

22 

425 

1,093 

46 

134 

7 

659 

802 

3,847 

18.895 

177 

593 

1,984 

2,429 

16 

148 

48,192 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



321 



OFFENCES AND CRIMES. 
CLXXXViii. Convictions and sentences for all offences, 19''0-1904\ 



Provinces. 



Canada. 



itish Columbi a 



Manitoba. 



Jew Brunswick. 



Nova Scotia. 




Sentenced to 



ffaol or i reform- 
fine, atory. 




Other 

ROUt- 

ences. 



NO. 



41,663 
42,048 
43,457 
50,403 
54,94() 



2,994 
3,171 
3,507 
3,602 
3,248 



1,692 
2,220 
2,272 
3,063 
5,379 



2,311 
2,292 
2,378 
2,433 
2,746 



2,595 
2,977 
3,877 
4,906 
4,253 



%r ended 30th September. 
— Y.B. 



NO. 



540 
523 
475 
(^09 
657 



47 
40 
38 
36 
42 



21 
38 
30 
85 
57 



20 
27 
27 
24 
20 



52 
64 
81 
91 
86 



NO. 



35,055 
36,603 
38,243 
43.768 

47,768| 



2,619 
2,745 
3,186 
3,027 
2,901 



1,404 
1,934 
2,039 
2,661 
4,727 



2,238 
2,189 
2,230 
2,336 
2,567 



2,439 
2,790 
3,540 
4,520 
3,921 



NO. 



256 
248' 
245' 
325 
232 



6 

4i 
12 
1 



2 

16 
14 



11 
11 

9 
10 

4 



17 
24 
40 
3 
41 



NO. 



10' 

6 

11 

8! 
14 



2 
1 



NO. 



4,203 
4,768 
4,483 
5,693 
0,275 



322 
383 
285 
526 
296 



26(> 
248 
199 
301 

581 



42 
65 

111 
63 

154 



87' 

99 

216 

263 

204 



322 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



OFFENCES AND CRIMES. 

Table clxxxviii. Convictions and sentences for alUofiPences, 1900-1 9041 

— concluded. 



Provinces. 



Convic- 
tions. 




Sentenced to 




peniten- 
tiary. 


gaol or 
fine. 


reform- 
atory. 


death. 



Other 
sent- 
ences. 



Ontario. 

1900 , 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 



P. E. Island 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 



Quebec. ^ 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 .... 



The Territories . 

1900 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 



Yukon Territory. 



1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904 



NO. 



18,419 
19,087 
19,456 
21,996 
22,817 



429 
338 
360 
438 
449 



9,917 
9,384 
9,273 
9,944 
11,400 



1,324 
1,430 
1,339 
3,022 
4,057 



1,972 2 

1,299 

995 

999 

597 



NO. 



195 

188 
152 
189 
187 



11 
2 
6 
2 
1 



184 
145 
116 
126 
146 



8 

18 

30 

50 

112 



NO. 



15,982 
16,236 
16,623 
18,653 
19,358 



418 
336 
347 
403 
443 



8,505 
8,013 
8,23-) 
8,687 
9,888 



1,183 
1,233 
1,167 
3,715 
3,559 



267 
1,127 
866 
766 
404 



NO- 



155 
131 
125 
153 
113 



64 
80 
65 
103 
59 



NO. 



NO. 



2,084 
2,481 

AjtHn 

3,001 
3,158 



32 
5 



1,161 
1,145 
855 
1,026 
1,305 



129 
178 
140 
256 
385 



112 
169 
126 
225 
187 



1 Year ended 30th September. 

2 No details are given for 1589 of these convictions. 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



323 



OFFENCES AND CRIMES. 

Table clxxxix. »Age of juvenile criminals convicted for indictable offences 

by provinces, 1885-1904. 



Provinces. 



Under 16 years. 



m. 



Canada 

British Columbia 

ISlanitoba . 

Kew Brunswick 

Nova Scotia 

Ontario 

Prince Edwai:d Island 

^i^ueDec ..... ...... 

"The Territories and Yukon 



16 years and 
under 21. 



Totals. 



f. 



m. 



f. 



m. 



13,604 


627 


15,574 


1,342 


29,178 


403 


4 


403 


27 


806 


442 


21 


544 


57 


986 


303 


8 


295 


22 


598 


637 


21 


743 


56 


1,380 


•8,117 


342 


8,856 


824 


16,973 


109 


1 


79 


11 


188 


3,548 


230 


4,457 


338 


8,005 


45 


^ 


197 


7 


242 



f. 



1,969 
31 
78 
30 
77 

1,166 

12 

568 

' 7 



Table cxc. Age of juvenile criminals convicted for indictable offences by 

classes of offences, 1885-1904. 



Offences. 



Under 16 years. 



16 years and 
under 21. 



Totals. 



m. 



f. 



m. 



m. 



Offences against the person 

Offences against property with vio 

lence 

Offences against property without 

violence 

Malicious offences against property 
Forgery and offences against the cur 

rency 

Other offences not included in the 

above offences 

Totals 

Average 



• 

533 


23 


2,212 


95 


2,745 


1,284 


7 


2,078 


4 


3,362 


11,346 
259 


541 
12 


10,430 
196 


1,054 
6 


21,776 
455 


31 


1 


187 


8 


218 


151 


43 


471 


175 


622 


13,604 
680 


627 


15,574 


1,342 


29,178 


31 


779 


66 


1,459 



21J— Y.B. 



f. 



118 

11 

1,595 
18 

9 

218 



1,969 



98 



TEE VAX ADA TBAR BOOK ISOS. 

OFFENCES AND CRIMES. 
Table gxoi. Sentencee for priaoipal crimcB, 1885-1901. 



JUpe 

Munl^r 
Uunler, mtoiiii 



Muhi^r 

MurdiT. Mtempt kl 



Am-n 

ButBluT)- 

MuTd.T 

XlaiwUujiclitt'r 

MunlrT . . 

M«iuUii({hl«' 

MunW , 

MiirUrr, alleiu|M a( . 
Miui^Uichirr 



■**«(wr orin>*s . . 
MuniM 

Muni»t.... 

Munt« .... 

Muivler.'. 



Death 
senMncea 
executed. 



Deatb 
comiDuted 



DEPARTMENTAL ZTATIBTI08. 
OFFENCES AND CRIMES. 



325 



Table cxcii. Occupation, civil condition, birthplace, etc., of persons con 

victed for indictable offences, 1900-1904. 



Schedule. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



Charjf en 

Acquittals 

Persons detained for lunacy. 

Convictions 

Males 

Females 

First conviction- 

Second conviction 

Reiterated conviction 



Sentences — 

Option of a fine 

Under one year in ^faol 

One year and over in f^aol . 

Two years and under five in peni- 
tentiary 

Five years and over in peniten-' 
tiary 

For life in penitentiary 

Death ' 

Committed to reformatories 

Other sentences 



Occupations — 
Agricultural 
Commercial . 
Domestic . . . 
Industrial . . 
Professional . 

Labourer 

Not given . . 



Civil conditions^^ 

Married 

Single 

Wiaowed . . . . 
. Not f^vea 



Educational status — 
Unable to read or write . 

Elementary 

Superior 

Not given 

Ages— 

Under 16 years , 

16 years and under 21 . . . 
2i years and under 40. . 

40 years and over 

Not given 



Use of liquors — 

Moderate 

Immoderate. . 
Not given 



NO. 



8,353 

2,576; 

9 

5,768 

5,429 

339 

4,538 

684 

546 



1,060 

2,168 

289 

378 

156 

5 

10 

256 

1,446 



189 

733 

236 

542 

51 

2,619 

1,398 



1,370 

3,374 

123 

901 



846 

4,171 

131 

620 



915 
950 
2,415 
927 
561 



3,626 

1,682 

460 



NO. 



8J58 

2,510 

14 

5,634 

5,333 

301 

4,420 

629 

585 



9a9 

2,057 

249 

383 

139 

6 

248 

1,693 



198 

709 

173 

652 

45 

2,127 

1,730 



1,291 

3,754 

102 

487 



668 
4,337 

125 
504 



1,017 
882 

2,391 
806 
538 



3,432 

1,683 

519 



NO. 



8,539 

2,792 

11 

5,660 

5,313 

347 

4,498 

698 

464 



1,130 

2,149 

214 

358 

116 
1 

11 

245 

1,436 



215 

675 

248 

541 

44 

2,206 

1,731 



1,370 
3,620 

no 

560 



592 

4,367 

105 

596 



859 
955 
2,394 
809 
643 



3,535 

1,509 

616 



NO. 

9,622 

3,042 

15 

6,521 

6,117 

404 

5,172 

760 

589 



1,261 

2,260 

268 

431 

172 

1 

6 

325 

1,797 



248 

810 

193 

634 

42 

2,464 

2,130 



1,541 

4,107 

104 

769 



683 

4,921 

142 

775 



1,038 

991 

2,744 

849 
899 



3,828 

1,921 

772 



NO. 



b,901 

3,089 

10 

6,754 

6,377 

377 

5,295 

843 

616 



1,802 

2,454 

367 

501 

156 

14 
232 

1,728 



2% 

8r4 

273 

727 

44 

2,795 

1,745 



1,679 

4,195 

120 

760 



659 

5,122 

143 

830 



697 
1,169 
3,073 

934 

881 



4,085 

1,825 

8^ 



326 



THE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905. 



OFFENCES AND CRIMES. 

Table cxcii. Occupation^ civil condition, birthplace, etc., of persons con- 
victed for indictable offences, 1900-1904 — concluded. 



Schedule. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



19D4. 



Birth places — 

England and Wales 

IreJjEtnd ... 

Scotland 

Canada 

Other British possessions . 

United States 

Other foreign countries.. 

Not given 

Religions — 

Baptist 

Catholic, Roman 

Church of England . . . . 

Methodist 

Presbyterian 

Protestant 

Other denominations 

Not given 

Residence — 

Cities and towns 

Rural districts 

Not given 



NO. 

f 



411 

181 

83 

3,967 

22 

265 

340 

499 

181 
2,242 
952 
540 
413 
538 
245 
657 

4,227 
7H3 
758 



NO. 



358 
165 

61 
4,056 

12 
231 
259 
492 

165 
2,201 
993 
599 
422 
487 
236 
531 

4,220 
961 
453 



NO. 



313 
142 

69 
3,973 

30 
280 
328 
525 

166 

2,133 

918 

679 

428 

e4o 

261 
635 

4,182 
976 
502 



NO. 



377 
167 
126 
4,306 
23 
309 
447 
766 

172 
2,558 
985 
629 
464 
553 
351 
809 

4,729 

1,058 

734 



NO. 



486 
200 

85 
4,390 

18 
358 
479 
738 

193 
2,639 
1,040 
639 
523 
601 
223 
896 

5,042 

1,056 

656 



PENITENTIARIES. 
Table cxciii. Movements of convicts, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


In custody July, 1 no: 

Received— 


1,424 


1,382 


1,214 


1,250 


\m 


By forfeiture of parole .i 

By transfers •• 

From goals f 


8 

25 

461 


7 

11 

419 


7 

14 

485 


1 

51 

543 


8 

7 

533 


TotAl M 

Released by — 
Death n 


1,018 
25 


1,819 
14 


1,720 
16 


1,845 
23 


1,871 
11 


Escape . . . . w 

Expiry of sentence tt 


1 

324 

2 


1 
371 




288 

7 


1 

280 

10 


3» 

297 


Order of the court n 


6 


Pardon n 


36 


43 


35 


31 


50 


Parole m 


122 


157 


113 


122 


126 


Transfer i 


25 


11 


14 


51 


7 


Transfer to asylum i 


1 


3 


- 


— 


4 


In custody June, 30 n 


1,382 


1,214 


1,250 


1,328 


1,367 



1 One recaptured. 



DEPARTMENTAL STATISTICS. 



327 



PENITENTIARIES. 
Table cxciv. Deaths, escapes, pardons and paroles, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Deaths . . . 




NO. 


25 


14 


16 


23 


11 


Escapes. 


• ■ ■•• ■••• ■••• 


II 


1 


1 


— 


1 


3J 


Pardons 


• ••• ■• •• 


... 11 


36 


43 


35 


31 


56 


Paroles . . 




... 11 


122 


157 


113 


122 


126 



1 One recaptured. 



Table cxcv. Ages of convicts. 



Schedule. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Under 20 years NO. 

From 20 to under 30 n 

From 30 to under 40 

From 40 to under 50 n 


147 
575 
348 
195 
74 
43 


134 
493 
298 
174 
73 
42 


156 
504 
306 
170 
• 68 
46 


161 
538 
342 
1S9 
66 
32 


169 
595 
334 
170 


From 50 to under 60 n 

Over 60 years n 


64 
35 


Totals „ 


1,382 


1,214 


1,250 


1,328 


1,367 



Table cxcvi. Duration of sentences, 1901-1905. 



Schedule. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



1905. 



Under 2 years 

Two years 

Two to under 3 years 

Three years 

Over 3 to under 4 years . . 

Four years 

Over 4 to under 5 years . . 

Five years 

Over 5 to under 6 years . . 

Six years . . 

Seven years 

Eight 

Nine 

Ten 

Eleven 

Twelve 

Thirteen 

Fourteen i 

Fifteen 

Sixteen to 19 years 

Twenty years 

Twenty-one to 30 years.. 
For life 



NO. 




Totals. 



It 



3 
222 

40 

276 

10 

129 

3 
262 

2 
41 
140 
11 
10 
76 

2 
23 

2 
22 
23 

5 
17 

9 
54 

1,382 



I 



} 

I 
) 



2 

170 

51 

219 

19 

118 

5 

219 

4 

43 

130 

17 



68 

25 

2 

19 

27 

22 
44 

1,214 



5 
191 

50 
242 

11 
125 

228 

33 
119 
16 
12 
79 

41 

24 
4 

13 
9 

48 

1,250 



2 

199 

46 

298 

15 

138 

8 

235 

38 

103 

17 

10 

80 

20 

20 
25 

5 
11 

9 
49 

1,328 



1 

234 

37 

318 

15 

136 

7 

217 

i 

27 

116 

21 

9 

82 

20 

20 
24 

4 
13 

6 
53 



■'E ca::a::a tear book ittos. 

PENITENTIARIES. 

Taiilr cxcvu. Races of convicts, 1901-1905. 



^. 


1901. 


lifM. 


1M3. 


1904. 


IftB. 


African No. 

Indian hiilf-brmi " 


1,281 

ri 

10 


49 

IB 

8 


1,131 
31 


54 
1.207 
29 
27 
11 


6S 
1,2M 






Totals " 


1,3B2 


1,214 


1.260 


1,328 


1,367 



Tadlk cxcviii. Nationality of convicts, 1901-1905. 



Nationality, 


K.h 


„». 


IW).-). 


1904. 


IflftS. 






i 












2 








Canadian. 




858. 




881 






i32 


1131 


121 


12i 


150 


























Other British „ 


6 






















American (U.S.) .. 














^ 




3 


11 












t 


11 


French .. 














If 






1! 




Italian .. 












RuBBian ,. 


1! 


4 




15 






11 


12 


IS 


1( 


19 


Other foreign. 




10| 




13 




Totals 


1,382 


1.214 


I.iSO 


1,328 


,i'T 



1 Including Danish. Norwegian and Swedieh. 



Table gxcix. Civil condition of convicts, 1901-1905. 





1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Single NO. 

Wiiowed.'.'.'.'.'...'..' ....../.'. ", 


932 

408 
42 


793 
388 

33 


1 


i 


913 
411 
43 


Totak. 


1,382 


1,214 


1.250 


1.328 


1.367 



DEPARTMEWTAL STATISTICS, 

PENITENTIARIES. 
Table cc. Sex of convicts, 1 90 1 -1 905. ^ 



S29 



Sex. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1906. 


Male NO. 

]Feiuale »• 


1,369 
23 


1,194 
20 


1,228 
22 


1,305 
23 


1,348 
19 


Totals u 


1,382 


1,214 


1,250 


1,328 


1,367 



1 The number by sex is given for the year ended June 30. 

Table cci. Social habits of convicts, 1901-1905. 



Soc-ial habits. 


1901. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Abstainers no. 

Temperate m 

Inteiiiperaco n 


140 

758 
484 


165 
619 
430 


162 
646 
442 


223 
619 
486 


197 
664 
616 


Totalf M 


1,382 


1,214 


1,250 


1,328 


1,367 



Table ecu. Educational status of convicts, 1901-1905. 



Edu^ati >nal status. 


» 


1001. 


1902. 


1903. 


1904. 


1905. 


Oannot read or wi ' « 


NO. 

M 
M 


245 
1.039 


230 

91 

893 


217 
113 
920 


213 

99 

1,016 


213 


Can read only 

Can read and write 


106 
1,048 


TotAls 


1,382 


1,214 


1,250 


1,328 


1,367 



Table cciii lloli£»ion of convicts, 1901-1905. 



Religion. 



:ooi. 



1902. 



1».K)3. 



1904. 



1905. 



Advcntist no. 

Anglican n 

Baptist M 

Buddhist n 

Oongregationalist m 

Greek Catholic ... n 

Jewish u 

Lutheran m 

Methodist n 

Monuon n 

Presbyterian n 

Quaker m 

Koman Catholic m 

Salvation Army m 

Unitarian » 

Universalist n 

Other creeds m 

No creed „ 

Totals „ 



232, 
6l! 



23 
141 

1061 

787 



31 
2 



1,382 



£42 

57 

8 

4 

6 

18 

146 

103 

617 



10' 
3, 



269 

76 

7 

3 

3 

14 

127 

99 

635 
3 



\ 



3 

251 

84 

11 

2 

2 

7 

28 

139 

5 

116 

2 

662 

2 

2 

5 

7 



3 

274 

69 

14 

2 

2 

4 

20 

148 
6 

132 
1 

672 
2 
2 
1 



\,1\^ 



x^m. 



v^m 



v^ssv 



II 



III. RECORDS OF CABINET MINISTERS 



GOVERNORS GENERAL AND LT.-C;OVERN()RS. 



332 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



DOMINION MINISTRIES, 1867-1906. 




Date of 
appointmeot 



First MinistryJ 



Premier 

Minister of Justice and Attor- 
ney General 



Rt. Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald. 



Minister of Finance . 



Minister of Public Works. 



Minister of Militia and Defence 



Minister of Customs 



Rt. Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald.. 



Hon. Sir A. T. Gait 

Hon. Sir John Rose 

Hon. Sir Francis Hincks 

Hon. Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley. 

Hon. William McDougalL 

Hon. Sir Hector L. Langevin 



Hon. Sir George E. Cartier. 
Hon. Hugh l^Donald 



Minister of Agriculture. 



Postmaster General. 



Minister of Marine and Fish- 
eries 



Minister of Inland Revenue. . 



Minister of Interior. . 
President of Council. . 



Receiver General 



Secretary of State , 



Secretary of State for the Pro- 
vinces 



Without portfolio. 



Hon. Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley 
Hon. Sir Charles Tupper 



Hon. J. C. Chapais 

Hon. Christopher Dunkin. 
Hon. John Henry Pope. . . 



Hon. Sir Alexander-Campbell, 
Hon. John O'Connor 



Hon. Peter Mitchell 



Hon. William Pearce Howland. 

Hon. A. Morris 

Hon. Sir Charles Tupper 

Hon. John O'Connor 

Hon. T. N. Gibbs 



Hon. Sir Alexander Campbell. 



July 1, 1867 

July 1, 1867 

July 1, 1867 

Nov. 18, 1867 

Oct. 9, 1869 

Feb. 22, 1873 

July 1, 1867 

Dec. 8, 1869 

July 1, 1867 

July 1, 1873 

July 1, 1867 

Feb. 22, 1873 

July 1, 1867 

Nov. 16, 1869 

Oct. 25, 1871 



July 
July 



1, 1867 
1, 1873 



July 1, 1867 

July 1, 1867 
Nov. 16, 1869 
July 2, 1872 
March 4, 1873 
July 1, 1873 



July 1, 1873 



Hon. A. J. Ferguson Blair : July 1, 1867 

Hon. Joseph Howe iJan. 30, 1869 



Hon. Edward Kenny 
Hon. Sir Charles Tupper. 

Hon. John O'Connor 

Hon. Hugh McDonald . . . 



Hon. Edward Kenny. . . 

Hon. J. C. Chapais . 

Hon. Theodore Robitaille 



[Nov. 16, 1869 

June 21, 1870 

July 2, 1872 

June 14, 1873 

July 1, 1867 

Nov. 16, 1869 

Jan. 30, 1873 



Hon. Sir Hector L. Langevin. 
Hon. J. C. Aikins 



Hon. Adams G. Archibald. 

Hon. Joseph Howe 

Hon. T. N. Gibbs 



Hon. J. C. Aikins, 



July 
Dec. 



1, 1867 
8, 1869 



Julx 1, 1867 

Nov. 16, 1869 

June 14, 18r3 

Nov. 16, 1869 



Resigned 6th November, 1873. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. 



33S 



DOMINION MINISTRIES, 1867-1906. 



Office. 




Date of 
appointment. 



Second Ministry^. 



)r 



er of Public Works 

er of Justice and Attor- 
oreneral 



Hon. Alexander Mackenzie 

Hon. Alexander Mackenzie 

Hon. A. Aime Dorion 

Hon. Telesphore Fournier 

Hon. Edward Blake 

Hon. Rodolphe Laflamme 



Hon. Sir Richard Cartwright. 

Hon. William Ross 

Hon. William B. Vail 

Hon. A. G. Jones 



er of Finance 

er of Militia and Defence 

er of Customs. . .... iHon. Isaac Burpee 

er of Agriculture Hon. L. Letellier de St. Just. 

Hon. C. A. P. Pelletier 

ister General | Hon. Donald A. Macdonald . 

Hon. Telesphore Fournier . . . 
Hon. Lucius S. Huntington. 



er of Marine and Fish- 
er of Inland Revenue . . . 



Hon. Albert J. Smith 



er of Interior . 
ent of Council 

er General. . . . 
iry of State . . 



Hon. Telesphore Fournier 

I Hon. Felix Geoff rion 

Hon. Rodolphe Laflamme. 
Hon. Joseph Cauchon .... 
Hon. Wilfrid Laurier . . . 



Hon. David Laird 
Hon. David Mills 



Hon. L. S. Huntington, 
Hon. Joseph Cauchon . , 
Hon. Edward Blake . . , 



TSow, 
Nov. 

Nov. 
July 
May 
June 



Nov. 7 

Nov. 7 

Sept. 30, 

Jan. 21 

Nov. 7 

Nov. 7 

Jan. 26. 

Nov. 7 

May 19 

Oct. 9 



Nov. 7 



Nov. 
July 
Nov. 
June 
Oct. 

Nov. 
Oct. 24 



7 
8 
9 
8 
8 



Jan. 20, 
Dec. 

June 



Hon. Thomas Coffin INov. 7 



Hon. David Christie 

Hon. Richard W. Scott 

ut i)oitfolio Hon. Edward Blake 

Hon. Richard W. Scott 

Third Mini8try2. 

?r Right Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald 

er of Justice and Attor- 1 

General 'Hon. James McDonald 

Hon. Sir Alexander Campbell 

Hon. Sir J. S. D. Thompson 



Nov. 
Jan. 

Nov. 
Nov. 



7 
9 

7, 
7, 



187a 

187a 

1873 
1874 
1875 
1877 

1873 

1873 
1874 
1878 

1873 

187a 
1877 

1873 
1875 
1875 



1873 

187a 
1874 
1876 
1877 
1877 

1873- 
187& 

1874 
1875 
1877 

i87a 

1873 

1874 

1873 
1873 



Oct. 17, 1878 

iOct. 17, 1878 

iMay 20, 1881 

I Sept. 25, 1885 



lesigned 16th October, 1878. 
?he Premier died 6th June, 1891. 



S34 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



DOMINION MINISTRIES, 1867-1906. 



Office. 



Third Ministry — con. 
Minister of Finance 




Minister of Public Works 

Minister of Railways and Canals 

Minister of Militia and Defence 



Hon. Sir Samuel Leonard Tilley 

Hon. A. W. McLelan 

Hon. Sir Charles Tupper , 

Hon. George Eulas Foster 



Hon. Sir Charles Tupper 

Hon. Sir Hector L. Langevin 



Hon. Sir Charles Tupper 

Hon. John Henry Pope 

Right Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald , 



Hon. L. F. R. Masson 

Hon. Sir Alexander. Campbell 

Hon. Sir J. P. R. A. Caron » 



Minister of Customs i Hon. Mackenzie Bowell . 



Minister of Agriculture. . 



Postmaster General. 



Hon. John Henry Pope. 
Hon. John Carling. . . . 



Minister of Marine and' Fish- 
eries , . . 



Minister of Inland Revenue . 



Minister of Interior. 



Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 



Sir Hector L. Langevin , 
Sir Alexander Campbell , 

John O'Connor 

Sir Alexander Campbell . 

John O'Connor 

John Carling 

Sir Alexander Campbell . 

A. W. McLelan. 



Oct. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
May 

Oct. 
May 

May 

Sept. 
Nov. 

Oct. 
Jan. 

Nov. 



17, 1878 
10, 1885 
27,1887 
29, 1888 

17, 1878 
20, 1879 

20, 1879 
25, 1885 
28, 1889 

19, 1878 

16, 1880 

8, 1880 



Oct. 19, 1878 

Oct. 17, 1878 
Sept. 25, 1885 



Oct. 

May 

Jan. 

Nov. 

May 

May 

Sept. 

Jan. 



Hon. 

Hon. John G. Haggart ! Aug. 



Hon. J. C. Pope 

Hon. A. W. McLelan 

Hon. George Eulas Foster 

Hon. Charles Hibbert Tupper. 

Hon. L. F. G. Baby 

Hon. J. C. Aikins 

Hon. John Costigan 



President of Council. 



Right Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald, 

Hon. Sir D. L. Macphei-son 

Hon. Thomas White ... 

Hon. Edgar Dewdney , 



Oct. 
July 
Dec. 
May 



19, 1878 

20, 1879 
16, 1880 

8, 1880 
20, 1881 
23, 1882 
25, 1885 
27, 1887 

3, 1888 

19, 1878 
10, 1882 
1(1, 1885 
31, 1888 



Oct. 26, 1878 
Nov. 8, 1880 
May 23, 1882 



Receiver General. 



Secretary of State. 



Hon. Jobn O'Connor 

Hon. L. F. R. Masson 

Hon. Joseph A. Mousseau , 

Hon. A. W. McLelan 

Right Hon. Sir John A. Macdonald 
Hon. C. C. Colby 



Hon. Sir Alexander Campbell. 



Hon. J. C. Aikins 

Hon. John O'Connor 

Hon. Joseph A. Mousseau. 
Hon. J. A. Chapleau 



Oct. 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Aug. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

May 

Oct. 

Nov. 



17, 1878 

17. 1883 

5, 18b5 

3, 1888 

17, 1878 

16, 1880 
8, 1880 

20, 1881 

17, 1883 
28, 1889 



Nov. 8, 1878 

Oct. 19, 1878 

Nov. 8, 1880 

May 20, 1881 

July 29, 1882 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. 



385 



DOMINION MINISTRIES, 1867-1906. 



Office. 




Date of 
appointment. 



Third Ministry— con. 
Without office 



Hon. R. D. Wilmot 

Hon. Sir D. L. Macpherson. 

Hon. Frank Smith 

Hon. J. J. C. /^bbott 



Fourth Ministry. 1 

Premier and President of 
Council 

Minister of Public Works 



Minister of Customs. 
Minister of Militia . . 



Minister of Agriculture. . . 
Minister of Inland Revenue . 
Secretary of State 



Minister of Justice 
Minister of Finance . 



Hon. Sir J. J. C. Abbott . . 



Minister of Marine and Fisher- 
ies 

Minister of Interior and Super- 
intendent General of Indian 
Affairs 

I 

« 

Postmaster General 



Minister of Railways and Canals 
Without office 



Hon. 
Hon. 
Hon. 

Hon. 
Hon. 

Hon. 
Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 
Hon. 

Hon. 

Hon. 



Sir Hector L. Langevin , 

Frank Smith 

Joseph A. Ouimet . . . 



Mackenzie Bowell 

Joseph A. Chapleau . 

Sir A. P. Caron 

Mackenzie Bowell 

John Carling 

John Costigan 



J. A. Chapleau 

James C. ratterson. 



Sir J. S. D. Thompson. . 
George Eulas Foster . . . 



Hon. Charles Hibbert Tupper . 



Hon. 
Hon. 

Hon. 
Hon. 



Edgar Dewdney 

Thomas M. Daly .... 

John G. Haggart. . . . 
Sir A. P. Caron 



Nov. 8, 1878 

Feb. 11, 1880 

July 29, 1882 

May 13, 1887 



June 16, 1891 



May 
Aug. 
Jan. 

Oct. 
Jan. 

Nov. 
Jan. 

Sept. 

May 

July 
Jan. 

Sept. 

May 



20, 1879 
14, 1891 
11, 1892 

19, 1879 
25, 1892 

8, 1880 
25, 1892 

25, 1885 

23, 1882 

29, 1882 
25, 1892 

25,1885 

29, 1888 



May 31, 1888 



Aug. 
Oct. 

Aug. 
Jan. 

Jan. 



Hon. John G. Haggart 

Hon. Frank Smith July 



3, 1888 
17, 1892 

3, 1888 
25, 1892^ 

11, 1892 

29, 1882 



1 When this Ministry was formed the then Ministers retained their portfolios and were 
not reap^'nted ; therefore, the dates of their original appointments are repeated. On ac- 
count of ill-health, Sir John Abbott resigned hth December, 1892. 



336 



THTJ CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



DOMINION MINISTRIES 1867-1906. 



Office. 




Date of 
appointment. 



Fifth Ministry.i 

Premier '. .... 

Minister of Justice and Attor- 
ney General 

Minister of Trade and Com- 
merce 

Postmaster General 

Secretary of State 

Minister of Finance 

Minister of Marine and Fish- 

Minister of Kail ways and Canals 

Minister of Public Works 

Minister of Militia 

Minister of Interior and Super- 
intendent General of Indian 

Minister of Agriculture 

President of Council 

Without portfolio 



Not in the Cabinet. 

Solicitor General 

Controller of Inland Revenue. 
Controller of Customs 



Rt. Hon. Sir J. S. D. Thompson 
Rt. Hon. Sir J. S. D. Thompson , 

Hon. Mackenzie Bowell 

Hon. Sir A. P. Caron 

Hon. John Costigan 

Hon. George Eulas Foster 



Hon. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper . 

Hon. John G. Haggart 

Hon. J. A. Ouimet 

Hon. J. C. Patterson 



Hon. Tbomat« M. Daly 
Hon. A. R. Angers . , . 
Hon. William B. Ives. 
Hon. Sir John Carling , 
Hon. Sir Frank Smith . . 



Hon. John J. Curran . . 

Hon. John F. Wood 

Hon. N. Clarke Wallace 



Dec. 


5, 1892 


Sept. 


25, 1885 


Dec. 


5, 1892 


Jan. 


25, 1892 


Dec. 


5, 1892 


May 


29, 1888 


May 


31, 1888 


Jan. 


n, 1892 


Jan. 


17, 1892 


Dec. 


5, 1892 


Oct. 


17, 1892 


Dec. 


5, 1892 


Dec. 


5, 1892 


Dec. 


5, 1892 


July 


29, 1882 


Dec. 


5, 1892 


Dec. 


5, 1892 


Dec. 


5, 1892 



1 Some of the Ministers being continued in their positions, the dates of their original 
appointments are givon. The Premier died on 12th December, 1904, and was succeed^ by 
Sir Mackenzie Bowell. 



EXECUTIVE OFFICERS. 



337 



DOMINION MINISTRIES, 1867-1906. 



Office. 




Sixth MiniHtryi. 

remier and President of 

Council ... 

inister of Ju^ice 



inister of Trade and Com- 
merce 

Mtmaster General 



cretary of State 



inister of Finance . 



inister of Marine and Fish- 
eries. 

inister of Railways and Canals 

inister of Public Works ..... 

inister of Militia and Defence 

inister of Interior 

inister of Agriculture 



mtroller of Customs 

mtroller of Inland Revenue, 
ithout portfolio 



Not in the Cabinet. 

ilicitOr General 

)n^roller of Inland Revenue. . 
jntroller of Customs . 

Seventh Ministry. ^ 

remier and Secretary of State. 

iinister of Marine and Fish- 
eries 



[inister of Finance . 



Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell 

Hun. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper. 
Hon. A. R. Dickey 



Hon. W. B. Ives 

Hon. Sir A. P. Caron 

Hon. A. R. Dickey 

Hon. W. H. Montague 

Hon. Sir Charles Tupper, Bart. 

Hon. George Eulas Foster ... . 



Hon. John Costigan 

Hon. John G. Haggart. . 

Hon. J. A. Ouimet .... . 

Hon. J. C. Patterson 

Hon. A. R. Dickey 

Hon. A. Desjardins 

Hon. Thomas M. Daly . . 

Hon. A. R. Angers 

Hon. W. H. Montague . . 

Hon. J. F. Wood 

Hon. E. G. Prior 

Hon. Sir Frank Smith . . . 
Hon. W. H. Montague . . 
Hon. D. Ferguson 

Hon. John J. Curran 

Hon. John F. Wood 

Hon. N. Clarke Wallace. 



Hon. Sir Charles Tupper, Bart 



Hon. John Costigan 

Hon. George Eulas Foster 



Date of 
appointment. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 


21, 
21, 
15, 


1894 

1894 

•1896 


Dec. 
Jan. 


21. 
25, 


1894 
1892 


Dec. 
Mar. 
Jan. 


21, 
26, 
15, 


1894 
1895 
1896 


May 


29, 


1888 


Dec. 


21, 


1894 


Jan. 


11, 


1892 


Jan. 


11, 


1892 


Dec. 
Mar. 
Jan. 


5, 
26, 
15, 


1892 
1895 
1896 


Oct. 


17, 


1892 


Dec. 
Jan. 


6, 
16, 


1892 
1896 


Dec. 


17, 


1895 


Dec. 


17, 


1895 


July 
Dec. 
Dec. 


29, 
21, 
21, 


1882 
1894 
1894 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



5, 1892 
5, 1892 
5, 1892 



Jan. 15, 1896 



Dec. 
Jan. 



21, 1894 
15, 18% 



^ In January, 1896, several members of the Cabinet resigned, and on the 15th of that 
onth it was reorganized with four new members. 
3 See footnote tm page 838. 

22— Y. a 



338 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1905. 



DOMINION MINISTRIES, 1867-1906. 



Office. 




Date of 
appointment. 



Seventh Ministry^ — con. 

Minister of Railways and Canals 

Minister of Trade and Com- 
merce 

Minister of Justice 

Minister of Agriculture 

President of Council 

Minister of Public Works 

Minister of Interior 

Postmaster General 

Minister of Militia and Defence 

ControUer of Customs 

Controller of Inland Revenue . . 

Without portfolio 

Not in the Cabinet. 

Solicitor General 

Eighth Ministry. 

Premier and President of 

Council 

Minister of Trade and Com- 

Secretary of State 

Minister of Justice 



Minister of Marine and Fish- 
eries 



Minister of Militia and Defence 



Hon. John G. Haggart 



Hon. William B. Ives 

Hon. H. R. Dickey 

Hon. W. H. Montague 

Hon. A. R. Angers 

I 

Hon. A. Desjardins 

Hon. Hugh John Macdonald. 

Hon. L. O. Taillon 

Hon. David Tisdale 

Hon. John F. Wood 

Hon. E. G. Prior 



Jan. 16, 1896 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Hon. Sir Frank Smith July 

Hon. D. Ferguson IDec. 

Hon. J. .J. Ross May 

Hon. Charles Hibbert Tupper 



15, 1896 

15, 1896 

15, 1896 

1, 1896 

1, 1896 

1, 1896 

1, 1896 

2, 1896 

15, 1896 

17, 1895 

29, 1882 

21, 1894 

1, 1896. 



Right Hon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier . 

Right Hon. Sir Richard J. Cartwright 
Hon. R. W. Scott 



Hon. Sir Oliver Mowat. 
Hon. David Mills 



Hon. Charles Fitzpatrick . 



Hon. Allen B. Aylesworth 



Hon. Sir Louis Henry Davies 

Hon. James Sutherland 

Hon. J. Raymond F. Prefontaine.. . . 
Hon. Louis P. Brodeur 



Hon. Sir Frederick W. Borden 



Postmaster General Hon. Sir William Mulock. . . 

Iton. Allen B. Aylesworth. . 
Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux. . . 



Minister of Agriculture. 



Hon. Sydney A. Fisher 



May 1, 1896 



July 

July 

July 

July 
Nov. 
Feb. 
June 

July 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Feb. 



11, 1896 

13, 1896 

13, 1896 

13, 1896 

18, 1^97 

11, 1902 

4, 1906 

13, 1896 

1.5, 1902 

11, 1902 

6, 1906 



July 13, 1896 



July 
Oct. 
June 



13, 1896 

16, 1905 

4, 1906 



July 13, 1896 



1 Ministers continuing to hold the same portfolios are given with the dates of their 
original appointments. This Cabinet resigned office 8th July, 1896. 



BXXCUTIVB OFFICERS. 



339 



DOMINION MINISTRIES, 1867-1906. 



Office. 



Name. 



Eighth Ministry- 
Minister of PuUic Works. 

Minister, of Finance 



Hon. J. Israel Tarte . . . 
Hon. James Sutherland. 
Hon. Charles S. Hyman . 



Hon. William S. Field n 



.Ministerof Railways and Canals! Hon. Andrew G. Blair 

iHon. Hcmry R. Emmerson. 



Minister of Interior. 



Minister of Customs 

Minister of Inland Revenue . 



Without portfolio. 



Not in the Cabinet. 
Solicitor General 



Controller of Customs 

Controller of Inland Revenue. 



Hon. aiffordSifton 
Hon. Frank Oliver . . 



Hon. William Paterson. 



Hon. Sir Henri G. Joly de Lotbini^re , 

Hon. M. E. Bemier , . 

Hon. Louis P. Brodeur 

Hon. WiUiam Templeman 



Hon. Richard K. Dobell . 

Hon. C. A. Geoff rion 

Hon. James Sutherland 

Hon. William Templeman 
Hon. Charles S. Hyman . . , 



• • ■ • • 



Hon. Charles Fitzpatrick, 

Hon. Henry Carroll 

Hon. Rodolphe Lemieux . . 
Vacant. 



Hon. WiUiam Paterson 

Hon. Sir Henri G. Joly de Lotbiniere, 



Date of 
appointment. 



July 
Nov. 
May 


13, 

11, 
22, 


1896 
1902 
1906 


July 


13. 


1890 


July 
Jan. 


13, 
16, 


1896 
1904 


Nov. 
April 


17, 
8, 


1896 
1906 


June 


3(;, 


1897 


June 
June 
Jan. 
Feb. 


30, 
22, 
19, 

c. 


1897 
1900 
1904 
1906 


July 

July 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Feb. 


13, 
13, 
30, 
25, 
5, 


1896 
1896 
1899 
1902 
1901 


July 
Feb. 
Jan. 


13, 

11, 

29, 


1896 
1902 
1901 


July 


13, 


1896 


July 


13, 


1896 



22J— Y.B. 



340 



TEE CANADA YEAR BOOK 1905, 



GOVERNORS GENERAL OF CANADA 1867-1906. 



Name. 



Date of 
appointment . 



Date of 

aRsuirptiun 

of office. 



The Right Hon. 
The Right Hon. 
The Right Hon. 
The Right Hon. 
P.O., etc. . . 
The Most Hon. 
The Right Hon, 
The Right Hon, 
The Right Hon. 
The Right Hon. 



Viscount Monck. G. CM. G 

Lord Lisgar, G.C.M.G. (Sir John Young), 
the Earl of DuflFerin,K.P.,K.C.B..G.aM.G 
the Marquis of Lome, K. T., G.C.M.G., 

the Marquis of Lansdowne, G.C.M.G., etc. 
Lord Stanley of Preston, G.C.B 

the Earl of Aberdeen, K.T.,G.C.M.G 

the Karl of Minto, G.C.M.G 

the Earl Grey, G.C.M.G 



June 1, 

Dec. 29, 

May 22, 

Oct. 5, 

Aug. .18, 

May 1, 

May 22, 

July 30, 

Sept. 26, 



1867 
1868 
1872 

1878 
1883 
1888 
1893 
1«98 
1904 



July 
Feb. 
June 

Nov. 

Oct. 

June 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Dec. 



1, 1867 

2, 1869 
25, 1872 

25, 1878 
23, 1883 

11, 18S8 
18, 1893 

12, 1898 
10, 1904 



LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS OF PROVINCES 1867-1906. 




Ontario 



Quebec 



Nova Scotia 



Major General H. W. Stisted 

Hou. W. P. Howland 

Hon. John W. Crawford 

Hon. D. A. Macdonald 

Hon. John Beverley Robinson 

Hon. Sir Alexander Campbell 

Hon. Geo. A. KirkpatricK 

Hon. Sir Oliver Muwat 

His Honour Mortimer Clark 

Hon. Sir N. F. Belleau 

Hon. Sir N. F. Belleau 

Hon. Rene Edouard Caron 

Hon. Luc Letellier de St. Just : . . 

Hon. Theodore Robitaille .,. 

Hon. L. F.R. Masson 

Hon. A. R. Angers 

Hon. Sir J. A. Chapleau 

Hon. L. A. Jette 

Hon. L. A. Jette (second term) 



Lieut. General Sir W. F. Williams 

Major General Sir C. Hastings Doyle 

Lieut. General Sir C. Hastings Doyle 

Sir E. Kenny, (acting) 

Hon. Joseph Howe 

Hon. A. Gr. Archibald . 

Hon. Matthew Henry Richey 

Hon. A. W. McLelan 

Hon. Malachy Bowes Daly 

Hon. Malachy Bowes Daly (second term) 

Hon. Alfred G. Jones 

Hon. Duncan C. Fraser 



July 



II 



Nov. 

May 

June 

Feb. 

May 

Nov. 

April 



July 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Dec. 
July 
Nov. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
II 



July 
Oct. 
Jan. 
May 

•I 

July 
II 
II 
II 

Mar. 



1, 1867 
14, 1868 

6, 1873 
18, 1875 
30, 1880 

8, 1887 
30, 1892 
18, 1897 
20, 1903 



1, 1867 
31, 1868 
11, 1873 
15, 1876 
26, 1879 

7, 1884 

24, 1887 

5, 1892 

2, 1898 
9, 1903 



1, 1867 

18, 1867 

31, 1868 

13, 1870 

1, 1H73 

4, 1873 

4, 1883 

9, 1888 

11, 1890 

29, 1895 

7, 1900 

27, 1906 



EXSGUTI7E OFFICERS. 



LIEUTENANT GOVERNORS OF PROVINCES 1867-1906 

— concluded. 



^New Brunswick .,.. 


Maior-General C. H. Doyle 

CoL P. P. Hardin? 

Hon. L. A. Wilmot 


July 
Oct 
July 
Nov. 
July 
Fet 
Oct. 
Sept 
Dec. 

Feb. 

Majr 

May 

July 

Ptb. 
Nov. 

iCy 

June 
Nov. 
July 
Aug. 
Se,.t. 
Feb. 
May 
Oct 

Sept. 

Sept. 

May 
April 

Oct. 
Dec. 
July 
Oct. 
May 
Oct. 


1, 18fl7 
M, 1868 




Hon. v.. Barou Chnudler 

Hon. Robert Duncan 'Wilinot 

Hon. Sir Samuel Leonard TiUey , , , 

Hon. John Boyd 

Hon. John A. Fraser 

Hon. A. R. MeClelan 


Ifi. 1878 
11, 1880 
31, 1885 
21, 1883 
ao, 189S 
9.1896 




Hon, A. G. Archibald 

Hon. Fmiicia(;u-.d«d.Rl1 Johnson 

Hoa, -. i\ H, M(;Millan 

Hon. Sir D. H, McMillan (second term) 

Hon, J. W. Trntch 

Hon. Albert Norton Rlohatda 

Hon. Clement F. Cornw.ll 

Hon, Hugh NVlson 

Hon, EdRHr DewdneT - 

Hon. Thomas K, Mclnnes 

Hon. Sir neriri Joly de Lotbini^re 

Hon. James Donsn.uir 




British Columbia .... 


», 1878 
2, 1872 
2, 1877 
22, 1882 

1, 1888 

2, W96 
16, 1900 
11, 1906 

B, 1871 
27, 1876 
21, 1B81 
8, 1887 
i;i892 
18, 18!!7 
21, lOOO 
11, 1906 


Alberta' 

SaskalclipwBn' 

The Territories 


Hon, Sir -Robert HcdKson 

Hon. Thomas H. H.vlland 

Hon. Andrew Aruliibald Maedonald 

Hon, Jedediah S, Carvell 

Hon. Geo. Wm. Uowlaii 

Hon. P. A. MftcIntyrB 

Hon. D. A. MuKinnon 

Hon. George H. V, Bulyen 

Hon, A. E. Forget 

Hon, A. G, ArcliilBld 


22, 1873 
14, 1879 

1, 1884 

2, 1889 
21, 1894 

23, 1899 

3, 1904 

1. 1006 
1.1905 
10, 1870 










HoiLDavidLeird, P.C 

Hon. Edgar Dewdney 

on. Joseph Royal 


7, 1876 
3, 1881 
1. 1888 










ol).A.E, Forget 

on. A. E. Forget (second term 


li; 1898 
SO, 1904 



were eBtabliahed out of the territ< 
Athabaska and Saskatchewan. 



INDEX 



INDEX. 



PAGE. 

Agriculture, Btatistics of, 1871-81-91- 

1001 76-101 

Animal products, 1871-81-91-1901 . . . 92-93 

Animal products per farm, 1901 101 

Areas and products of field crops, 

1891-1901 81-84 

Butter and cheese making, 1871 -81- 

91-1901 , 100 

Butter and cheese making, 1901 98-99 

Farm labour with board, cost of, 

1901 97 

Farm land leased, 1901 97 

Farm property, products and values 

of, 1901 : 94-95 

Farm values, 1901 96 

Field crops, areas and products of, 

1891-1901 81-84 

Field crops per farm, 1901 101 

Field crops, products of, 1871-81-91- 

1901 78-80 

Fruit production, 1871-81-91-1961 ' '. 86-87 
Fruit trees, number of bearing and 

non-bearmg, 1901 88-89 

Gardens, acres of, 1901 88-89 

Grape vines, bearing and non-bear- 
ing, 19<)1 88-89 

Hired labour on farms, cost per 

week of, 1901 97 

Hired labour, weeks of in year, 1901 97 

Livestock, 1871-81-91-1901 90-91 

Live stock per farm, 1901. ... .... 101 

Nurseries, acres of, 1901 88-89 

Occupiers of agricultural lands, 1871- 

81-911901 76-77 

Orchards, acres of, 1901 ... 88-89 

Products of field crops, 1871-81-91- 

1901 78-80 

Products and areas of field crops, 

1^91-1901 81-84 

Products per acre of field crops, 

1891-1901 85 

Rent of farm land, 1901 97 

Rent of farm land, cost of per acre, 

1901 97 

Values of farm property and pro- 
ducts, 1901 94-95 

Vineyards, acres of , 1 901 88-89 

Banks and banking, statistics of, 

1868-1905 218-225 

Chartered banks, assets of, 1868-1905 218 

Chartered banks, assets of in call 
and short loans, 1905. 222 

Chartered banks,assets of in Domin- 
ion notes, 1905 222 

Chartered banks, assets of in specie, 
1905 * 222 

Chartered banks, average circula- 
tion by five-year periods, 1874-1905 224 



Batnks and banking — page 

Chartered banks, capital of paid up, 

1868-1905... . 218 

Chartered l)anks, circulation of 

Dominion notes by, 1884-1905 — 225 
Chartered danks, clearing houses of, 

1901-05 225 

Chartered banks, current loans of 

in Canada. 1905 222 

Chartered banks, deposits by .the 

publicin, 1901-05. 219 

Chartered banks, deposits in, 1868- 

1905 218 

Chartered banks, discounts of, 

1901-05 219 

Chartered banks, discounts to the 

people in, 1868-1905 " 218 

Chartered banks, issues and redemp- 
tions of Dominion notes by, 1901- 

1905 219 

Chartered banks, itemized assets of, 

1901-05 220 

Chartered banks, itemized liabilities 

of,1901-05 221 

Chartered banks, liabilities of, 1868- 

1905- 218 

Chartered Hanks, liabilities of in 

deposits by the public, 1905., .... 223 
Chartered banks, liabilities of in 

notes in circulation, 1905 ...... 223 

Chartered banks, liabilities of in 

paid up capital, 1905 223 

Chartered banks, liabilities of in 

re««t or reserve fund, 1905 223 

Chartered banks, notes of in circula- 
tion, 18681905 218 

Chartered banks, reserve fund held 

by, 1896-1905 224 

■ 

Canada Year Book 1905 xi 

Canadian patentees, by provinces of 

residence, 1896-1905 317 

Canals, statistics of, 1868-1895 .... 292-293 
Canals, cost of construction of, 

1868-1905 292 

Canals, cost of enlargement of, 

1868-1905 292 

Canals, expenditure on, 1868-1905. . . 293 

Canals, revenue from, 1868-1905. ... 293 

Copyrights, business of, 1901-1905. . . 319 

Dominion lands, letters patent and 

homestead entries for, 1901-1905. 316 

Dominion lands, receipts on account 

of • 316 

Education and public schools, statis- 
tics of, 1900-01 54-57. 

Educational status of the people, 
1871-81-91-1901 54-65 



INDEX, 



345 



Education— page. 

MonthB at school of pupils in cen- 
sus year 1901 56-57 

Pupils iive years and over at school 

in census year 1901 56-57 

School attendance, 1871-81-91-1901 54-55 



Events of the year xiii-xli 

Alberta and Saskatchewan Acts. . xiv 
Allowance to leader of the Opposi- 
tion xxi 

Allowances to members of Parlia- 
ment XX 

Annuities to members of Privy 

Council xviii 

Annuities Act repealed. Note xviii 

Armorial ensi^s xxxvii 

Australia, preferential trade rela- 
tions with xxiv 

British battlebhips sunk in Thames 

river, Ontario, case of right in. . . xxxiii 
British consulates, registration at. xxxv 
British flag on Canadian vessel low- 
ered in a U. S. port xxxi-xxxii 

British remonstrance against tax 
on commercial travellers in Que- 
bec , '. xxvi 

British 'soldiers in Canada, with- 
drawal of xxvii 

Canada's foreign trade xxii-xxiii 

Canadian militia, proposed inspec- 
tion of by an Imperial officer. . . xxviii 
Canadian sealer^' claims against 

Russia XXX 

Canadian vessel and cargo seized 

by Japan xxxi 

Cattle embargo in the United 

Kingdom xxi v-xx v 

Census and Statistics Act xiii 

Commander in Chief, office of re- 
stored to the Governor General . xxvii 
Commercial travellers, tax on in 

Quebec xxv-xxvi 

Commissioners, appointments of.. xl 

Companies organized in 1905 xxii 

Contents of Year Book 1905 iii-vi 

County court judges, salaries of . .. xix-xx 
Doukobors, proposals for return to 

Russia of xxi 

Embargo on cattle in the United 

Kingdom xxiv-xxv 

Expoits of Canada xxiii 

Extent of Alberta and Saskatche- 
wan XV 

' G<)vemor General and Commander 

in Chief xxvii 

Homesteads, records of xxi 

House of Commons, deaths of mem- 
bers of the xxxviii 

House of Commons, members elect- 
ed to the xxxviii 

Immigration, records of xxi 

Imports of Canada. ... xxiii 

Imperial penny postage xxxv 

Industrial disputes xxxv 

Inspector of Cfanadian Militia xxviii 

Interchange of imperial and col- 
onial officers xxix 



E veni» of the year — page. 

Judges to devote themselves to 

judicial duties xx 

Judicial appointments xxxviii 

Labrador and Quebec boundary .. xxxvii 
Leader of the Opposition, addi- 
tional allowance to xxi 

Lieutenant Governors xl 

Lt. Grovernor of Alberta, salary of. xviii 
Lt. Governor of Saskatchewan, 

salary of xviii 

Members of Parliament, allow- 
ances to XX 

Militia administration re-organ- 
ized xxvii-xxviii 

Ministerial chani?es xl 

National Transcontinental Rail- 
way, progress of work on the xxxiii- xxxiv 
Naturalization of Americans in 

1905 xxii 

Official appointments xli 

Ontario, change of Government 

■ in xxxvi 

Penalties for selling impure seeds . xvii 
Privy Council, annuities to mem- 
bers of xviii 

Prime Minister, addition to salary 

of xviii 

Provincial Acts disallowed. . . . , xxxvii 

Salaries of Judges xix-xx 

Secretary of State*^ report xxii 

Seed Control Act. xvi-xviii 

Senate, vacancies in and appoint- 
ments to the xxxviii 

Session of Parliament, 1905 xiii 

South Africa, preferential trade 

relations with xxiv 

Subsidies to Alberta and Saskat- 
chewan xiv 

Sugar beet industry xxiii-xxiv 

Superior Court judges, salaries of. . xix 
Supreme Court judges, salaries of. . xx 

Thanksgiving. xxxviii 

Travelling allowances to judges xx 

Wireless telegraphy, control of xv 

Executive officers in Canada 332-341 

Dominion Ministries, 1867-1906 .. 332-339 

Governors-General, 1867-1906 340 

Lieutenant-Governors, 1867-1906. . 340-341 

Families and dwelling houses, sta- 
tistics of 52-53 

Families, number of in Canada and 

provinces 52 

Families, number of, grouped by 

number of rooms they occupy ... 53 

Houses, number of in Canada and 
provinces 52 

Houses, number of grouped by 

materials of construction 53 

Houses, number of groui)ed by 
number of families ocoujjying 
them 53 

Fisheries, statistics of .300-313 

Dominion hatcheries, distributic»n 
of fry from, 1868-1905 312-313 



w 

\ Fishenea— 



THE CASADi YEAR BOOK 1905. 



..301-311 ! 



n 



Fisheric 

Fish and fi«heritaby qa«ntitiB«, 

l!IOa.|904 ,300-310 1 

Fish and fisberies by values, 1900- 

IH04 

Fiah and finheries, t , , , 

province. 1900-1904 :... ,300-311 ( 



Forest pnxtuctB, qunD titles of, IBTl- 

81-91-1901 .. ... 102-1U5 

.Foniab urodiicia, values o(, 18TI- 

81-91-1901 1«-108 

llun, valiioB of, 1881-9HB01 lOB 



if Commons, reprewrDtaitire 



ludDatrial deuigux, busineBs of. 1901- 

05. ... 

IntirniitieB of tbe pcnple, atatietics 






a Ganndu, 1SH- 

11-91-1901 

Blind, number of by provintxw 

mbac of \)y birthplaca . . . 



\)y birch] 



Blind, number of by oocupation . . 

,»lind, number of by race 

Blind, number of by sex 

Dtaf and dumb, number of in 

Cftnada, 1871-81-91-1901 

Deaf and dmnb, number of by pro- 



46-60 
4(i to 

40-50' 



Deaf and dumb, namber of by 
groupH of ages 41-^5 

Deaf and dumb, number of by 
ocoupntioti 41-45 

Deaf and dumb, number of by 



Deaf and dumb, number of ! 

rneound mind, number of 

Canada, 1871-81-91-1901 

id mind, number of 1 

provinoos , 

Unsound mind, number of I 

birthplace 

Unsound mind, number of 1 



41-48 

41-ie 



Unsound mind, number of by 
Unsound mind, number of by 



Eipiae duty, artioleH i 

1901-05 . 

Excise resenue, 1901 -OB 
FulmiuaUi, uianufaotnie 



of, 1901- 
ifactures of'. 1901- 



NaiAitha, inspection of, 1901-«i. . . 

Petroleum, insvection of, 1901-05, . 

Spirits, quantTties roanufactutvd 
and disicsed of, 1901-OB 

Spirits, raw materials used in 
manufacture of, 1901-05 

Spirits, wareliouunn transactioni 
in, 1901-06 

Vinsftar, manufactures of, 1901-86. 
iBtitutiona, obaritable. educational, 
peual and other, utaCistica of — I 

Charitable inatiCuUona. 1871-S1-91- 
190L I 

Cbantablc. penal and other insti- 
tution* by provinces, IMl U 

Churches and Sunday schools, 1901 6M9 

Cnmrciiea. comnrunlcants of, 1901. 66-^ 

Churchea, number of, 190L I' 

Churches, seating cfcpamty of, IBOl 6 
■ ■ • -—'^— 1871-81- 



91-190L ..., 

Hospitals, 1871-81-91-1901 

Inatitutionf, inmates of, 1871-81- 



Institutions, number of, 1871-81- 



Ladiea' con^!os, 1871-81-91-1901.. t 

LunatioasyluuiB, 1871-81-91-1901., f 

Orphanaras, 1871-81 91-1901 ( 

Penitentiaries and reformatoriet, 

1871-81-91-1901.. .-;.... ---■ f 



Sunday school ufiicers and teachers, 

1901 f 

(Jniversities and colleRds, 1871-81- 



1869-1906 

Fire and inland marine oom- 

paniea asaeto of, 1901-06 

Fire and iuland nxarine companies, 

cash income of, IBOl-OB ,- . 

Fire and inland marine rampaniea, 

caah expenditure of, 1901-05,.,. 
Fire and inland marine comFsnies, 

liabilities of, 1901-05 

Fire insurance in Canada, 1901-Ot 
Fire inaurance, loese« paid for. 



urance. buaineBs guarantee, 

(1-06 

ranee companies. uoV life at 

S itMiiitiai nf, 1001-05 26 

mnni, aintraoC, 1903-05 

nmoe dottti rate in Canada, 

11-04 

ranee, employers' liability, 

I1-U5,. 

r»nce,{DlaDd transit, 1901-06. . 
rancti, p<>raonal property, ID06 
ranc-B, plate ulasa, IflOl^Ofi , . 




...» (Canadi 

1901-06. 

companies, CHeh 
a-« 



11-1)6. . 



of. 



conipjnisa (all) liabilities of, 

11-06 

oompaoies (Atnerican) llabi- 

M of, 1901-(6. 

compaoieB (BribiHb) liabilibies 

1901-06 

companiea (Canadian) liabiU- 

1 of, l»01-05 

companies, premimn income 

lBfll-05. 

insitrance in American com- 
lies, Wr5-1995. ,,.. 

lies, 1876-1906. 

1168, 187O-190!) 

inmirancein Canada, 1901-03. 2£ 

Hl^^ ^. ^'™™ ! 

insD ranee issued and ter- 

uited, 1H01-U5 

polioy bulders, payments to, 

-105 

policies (oU classes) in force, 

3-OS 

policies issued, new, 1963-06 . . 



Loan conipaniee — 
Loan oompaniesand bnildine b< 
tien, aanetf and liabilities of, 1 



1904 

Loan compaoies and buildin^^ Bocii 
ties, raiBoeUaDeouB statiaticB 
1BS5-1905 

Loan cinripanifB and building wxni 



anufactures, atatisticH of, 1871-81- 
91-1901 120-144 >. 

Manufactures, averages and ag- 
grc^tes of pun'er in, 1901 

ManufactureB, average salaries and 
wages iif employees in, 1901 — 

Manufactures, oUsi,™ of power Em- 
ployed in, 1901 

Manufactures, coot of materials and 
value of products of, 1901 

Manufootures by groups of ii 



^ 1871. 
MaculoctuF 

tries. 1881 
Manufoctur 

tries, ISai 
Mannfactur 



Manufactures, mlBcetlai 

penses of, 1D01 

ManufooCures, perscmB 



a by gronpe of induS' 
by groups of indos- 
by ([ToupB of indus- 



120-123 
124.127 

128-132 



i, persona e 



I, 1901.. 






Manufac 

Manufactures, power empliiyed in 
esMblisbioenta of. 1901 . 

Manufactures, principal statistics 
of, 1901 - 

Manufactures, salaries and wages 
of employees in, 1901 

ManufoctureB, values of real estate. 

flsnt and working capital of, 
BOl 

ManutaotureB, working time of 

establisbments in, 1901 

Manufactures, wctking time of wage 

earners in, 1901 

ManufHOturing industciej wiOi pro- 



1901.. 



ce of r20U,000 to under S6ua,a( 



Maoufacturinf! induBtries with pro- 
duce of tl,000,000 and over, 1901. 144 

Marine, statistics of. 294-39!) 

lis, Canadian and American, 



348 



THE CANADA TEAR BOOK 1^05. 



Manne — 



PAGE. Penitentiaries- 



no 

119 

119 
119 

118 



Vessels employed in coasting trade 

of Canada, 1901-05 296 

Vessels entered inwards from sea, 

1901-05 295 

Vessels entered outwards for sea, 

1901-05 294 

Vessels, number and tonnage of on 

Canada registry, 1867-1904 299 

Vessels, wrecks and casualties of, 
187C-1905 298 

Militia, Htatistica of, 1901-05. . . ' . . . 314-315 

Minerals, statistics of 110-119 

Minerals of the Dominion, 1901 119 

Officers and workmen en j ployed 

in mines 

Salaries and wages of mining 

employees 

Values of plant and real estate 

in mines 

Values of products of mines 

Minerals, averages and ratios for 

mines and works of, 1901 

Mineral products, quantities of, 

1871-81-1901 110-111 

Mineral products, quantities and 
values of, 1901 112-117 

Ofifences and crimes, statistics of 319-326 

Ages of convicts for indictable 
offences, 1901-1905 325 

Birthplace of convicts for in- 
dictable offences, 1901-05 326 

Civil condition of convicts for 
indictable ofifences, 1001-05 325 

Educational status of convicts for 
indictable offences, 1901-05 325 

Indictable offences, convictions for, 
1901-01 ... 319 

Juvenile criminals, classed by ages, 
1885-1905 323 

Occupations of convicts for in- 
dictable offences, 1901-05 325 

Ofifences, statistics of by pro- 
vinces, 1901-04 ';•.•• 321-322 

Offences, summary convictions 

for, 1901 -04 .... 320 

Religion of convicts for indict- 
able ofifences, 1^)01-05 326 

Sentences for principal crimes, 
1885 V.m 324 

Use of liquors by convicts for 
indictable ofifences, 1901-05 . 325 

Penitentiaries, statistics of 326-329 

Ages of penitentiary convicts, 

1901-1905. 327 

Civil condition of penitentiary 

convicts, 1901-1905 .••.••*- 328 

Educational status of penitentiary 

convicts, 1901-1905 329 

Nationality of penitentiary con- 
victs, 1901-1905. 328 

Races of penitentiary convicts, 

1901-05 . 325 

Religion of penitentiary convicts, 

1901-1905 329 

Sentences of penitentiary convicts, 

901-1905 327 



PA6K 



Sex of penitentiary convicts, 

1901-1905 r . . . 

Social habits of penitentiary con- 
victs, 1901-1905 

Patents of invention, transactiong 



in, 1901-05. 



317 



317 

317 

2-55 



Patentees of invention, by coun 

tries of residence, 1901-05 

Patent OfiBce fees, 1901-05 

Population, stacistics of 

Age groups of the dead, females. 21, 2?, 25 
Age groups of the dead, males. 20, 22, 24 
Age groups of the living, fe- 
males 15,17,19 

Age groups of the living, males. . . 14, 16, 18 
Age groups of the living, males and 

females in Canada 13 

Birthplace of the people 2-12 

Conjugal state of the people 2-12 

Deaths in British Columbia, 1881- 

91-1901 30-31 

Deaths in Canada, 1871-81-91-1901 26-29 
Deaths in Manitoba, 1881-91-1901 30-31 
Deaths in New Brunswick, 1871- 

81-91-1901 30-31 

Deaths in Nova Scotia, 1871-81- 

91-1901 32-33 

Deaths in Ontario. 1871-81-91 -1901. 3?-33 
Deaths in Pnnce Edward Islan«l, 

1881-91-1901 32-33 

Deaths in Quebec, 1K71 -81-91-1901. 34-35 
Deaths in the territories, 1881-91- 

1901 .•••:••• ^^ 

Deaths in unorganized districts, 

1901 34-36 

Mortality by causes of death . . 26-34 

Mortality of females. ... 27, 29, 31, 33, 35 

Mortality of males 26, 28, 30, 32, 34 

Pc/^ulation by birthplace 2-12 

Population by conjugal state 2-12 

Population by race 2-12 

Population by religion 2-12 

Population by sex 2-12 

Races of the people 2-12 

Religions of the people 2-12 

Sexes of the peofile 2 jw 

Post Ofirtce, statistics of, 1868-liK)5. ..22^^ 
Postage stamps, issue of, 1904-66 . 232 
Post Office department, deficits 

of, 1869-1901 229 

Post Office department, expendi- 
ture of, 1868-1905 

Post Ofifice department, money 

order system of, 1868-1905 

Post Office department, money 

orders by provinces 1901-05 

Post Office department, net revenue 

of, 1868-1905 229 

Post Office department, postal 

notes of, 1901-05 

Post Office department, revenue 

and expenditure of, 1868-1905. . . 
Post Ofi&ce department, surplus 

of, 1868-1905......; 

Public accounts, statistics of, 1867- 

1905 , 186-211 

Administration of justice, cost of, 

1868-1905 .. 2)2 



229 
230 
231 



232 

229 



agriculture, cenraa And 

JBtioe, cuBtoF, 18(18-1906 

a of Cttnada, 1862-11)06 1 

lamiareceipta, 1)W8-1SS2 .. 
Jarr aiirvey. United Statw 

C5uia<la, 1874-!!m 

Jreceipta, 1868-IWI5 

■es on pnbKo debt, 1868-1 906.. 193-' 
{overDiDRDt. cost of, 1H(>'''-tOOS : 
itioQ <>f revenue, 18U8-19U5. . . 
Biuation to Beieniiiirii, liabil- 

ifor. 18BT-190B 

Jidated fund receipts, leer- 
's" feta receipts 1868-1906'. . '. 
ma taxes rsL-eipta, 1868-1906 

cif Canada, ISnro DOS IHI 

t in yeai^ U68-19JB 

aion Uuids n<cei{>tB, 18T3-1006 
lion tunes, liabilitiea of for 

■1906 

liun iteair.erB reoHipU, 1873- 

ie licht inapeotion receipts, 



iditur 



1-1906 



iditure chai^[i!BbIe to consol 

ed fund, 1868-1905 

iditure for oallection of re- 

le, H68-190S 2U0-201 

diture for railwuf gubai- 



conBolidated fund 

lint, 1S(W-1!106. 

fnifeitures and seizures, 

iptB, 1868-1905 

ie«, coat of, lBOR-1905 

iswreoeipts, 1868-1905 

t\ debt pajrable in Canada, 



-190B . 



1 London, 



1 and law atamps, 

iptB for, 1877-191)6 

(ical survey, onBtof,18e8-l905 
[rBtIan,0O'tof,1868-l905.. . ZOS 
IS, expenditure on account 

IWS-llMMS....- 203 

nCH Huperiu tendance, coat 

1876-19U6 20a 

noe Buperintendenoe, re- 

ta, Iffr7-1B05; 198 

■t on assets of Canada, 1808- 

207 

st on inveatmenis, recpjpta, 

-1906 196 

Won publiodebt, 18fl7-1905. 186, 207 

Mion, cost of, 1868-1906 20B 

ities of Caoado, ia«7-1906. . . 187 



ubaidifs and ntPumshi p sub- 
ions, <xwt of, 1868-1006 

3 hospitals, coat Df,186a-1905 



^amt 



Public a< 
Militia and defence, cost of, 1868- 



Mi1itia,rec(;i[>tsoi 



li)05 , 



ntof,>ll 



', liabilities 
1867-1906 IW I 



Miscellanr 

fur, 18S7-1906 .. 
Miscellaueous acooi 
MiseellaneouB recB 

Bolidated fund accouDt, 186S-]R06 
Mounted police. oo«t of. 1874-1906. 

Net dabt of Canada, ^ 867- 1006 

Northwest lerrl tones Bovem- 

ment, coat of, 1874-1906 

Ooeiin and river service, cost of, 

1808-1905 

Ordnance lands receipts, 1868-1906, 
Patent office recei|itB, 1868-1906. . . 
Ppnitentiariea, coat of , 1868-1900.. 
Punitentiariea. receipts from, 1868- 



1905 . 
Pensions 



i of. If 



■tof, 1868-1005, 

Pi»t and money orders, raeeipts, 

I86S-1901.. , 

Premium and diaooant, reoeiptB, 



Prov i nee accounts, assets, 18(17.1906. 
Province accounts, liabilitiea for, 

l!*67-I905 

Provincial notos, liabilitiea for, 

1867-1006 , ... 

Public debt of Canada, 



which ir 



•e the.l 



«-1905 . 208, 210 



Public debt, gross decreaae of, 1868~ 



Public works, coat of, 1868-1906, . . 
Public works, rwieipta, 1S68-1903. . 

Quarantine, cost of, 1868-1906 

Railways tuid canals, cost of, 1869- 



1868-1906 . , 

Receipts of Canada, IS68-190S. . . . 
Receipts on consolidated fund ac- 
count, 1«S8-] 905 

Savings banks, UabilitiM for, 1867- 



lavings bi 
1005... 



; of, 



1868-1906 

Sinking fund, aaaeti, 1867-1906 . . 11 
Sinking fund, expenditure, 1868- 

IHOe. , J! 

Sinking fimd,_ receipts, 1868-1! 06. . 11 
Steam boat inspection, coat of, 

lh68.1905 2( 

Temporary loans, liabilities tor, 

istn-mtb u 

Trust tonds, liabilities tor, 1867- 

„1l»6 ',.,. 11 

Subsidies to provinoea, 1868-1B06. . IPB. 2 

Surplus in yeara 1868-1906 li 

Steomlioat inspection, receipts, 

TQml.lunr; '^ ' If 



350 TBE CANADA 

Publics ■coomita — ^ page. 

Superannuation, coat of, 1871-l!)0fi 208 

Superannuation, wioeipta.1 871-1 fHB 198 

Tounsee dUBB, recei[jts, 1868-1905 198 
WeiglitH and mewiiinv, receipts, 

1W7-190S 198 

Yukon territory, cost of, 1898-1905 206 

Koilways, Bteun snd eJectric, ata- 

tiBticsof.. .. 270 292 

Electric railways, earnings of, 
1901-06 287 

Slcntric railways in upeiatiou, 

1901-05 270 

Electric railways, location and 
mile»ot.l905 880-281 

BleoCric railways, tipereting ex- 
pPMM of, igOl-Ofi 2H7 

ElectriL' railways, passenger and 
fr8ig;ht, atatiscios of 286 

Electric railways, persons killed 
and injured on, 1901-05 290 

Electric railways, train and en- 
gine mileage of. 1901-06 286 

Government railways, expend i- 

Govemment railways, statistics 
of to 1905 291 

Railways, bonded debt of 

Railways, Dominion Gov 
aid to. 288 

Railways, milea of lines com- 
pleted 288 

Railways. Municipal aid to 288 

Railways, mi lea under ctmstruo- 
tion 238 

Railways, number of 288 

Railways, ordinary share capital 

Railways, preferential shara capi- 

taliu..,.r 288 

Railways, Provincial GoTerameDt 

Railways, total capital of 288 

titeam railways, eamingB of, 
1901-05 287 

Sream railways in operation, 

18351905 270 

Steam railways, lucatton and 
niilesof, 1906.. 271-280 

.Steam railways, mileage and roll- 
ing stock of, 1901-06 . , 285 

Steam railways, operating ex- 
penses of. 1901-06 287 

Steam railways, passenger and 
freight atatistioa of, 1901-05. ... 286 

Steam railways, persons injured 
and killed on, 1901-05 290 

Steam railways, subsidies in aid 
of 282-284 

Steam railways, train and engine 

miloi^a of, IHOl-OB 286 

Record of Dominion Ministries. 
Governors Genera] and Lieu- 
tenant Qovemora a32-341 

Representation in the Houw of 

□ommons. 72-74 

Savinea banks, Statistict, of, lSfl8- 

im,... m-«a\ 



YEAR BOOK 1905. 

.Savings bants — 
Savings banks, Domin 

menl. 1868-1905 

Savings banks. Post Office, 1S68- 




-144] 



Tables compiled from Census _ 

ixirts 2-1441 

Tables oompiled from Depart- J 

mental Reports 146-339^ 

Telegraph servioe of Douiiiiion 

Government by provinces, stu- 4 

tiHticB of. 1905 267-2n,4 

Telegraph systems of Canada by '- i 

provinces, 1906 _... 360 J 

Timbei Aiarks, businen of , 1901-06. 319' 
Trade maika, business of, 1001- i 



values, 1901-1905. IBl-lftI, 170 j 



14«'l 



Agrioultiiral produce, values of 
exjwrts tn Britain, IseS-lMB 

Agricultural produce, values of «a- 
ports to U.S., 1868-1905 

Agritmltural productt, values of 
Uital exports, 1668-1905 

Auimals and their produce, ex- 
ports of by values, 1901- 
1!K)6 163-1(18, I7» 

Animals and their produce, im- 
ports of by values, 1901-1905 ..173-17< 

Animals and their produce, values 
of exports to Britain, 1868 1905. iti 

Animals and their produce, Vi " 
of exports to U.S., 1868-190f 

Animals and their produce, vj 
of total exports, 1868-1905 

Average duty on dutiable 

ports, 1868-1905 W» 

Average duty on imports from Bri- 
tain. 1868-1906, I« 

A verage duty on impolt* from IX 
S., 1868-1905 ,. .. IIB 

Average duty on total imports, 



Exports by < 
■^' 1906,. 



U» 






,.iei-K 



,1B6B-19C6....- liS-lBS 

Exports, duties collected on, 1868- 

19te 146 

Eipol-ta, home and foreign pro- , 

iSice by values, 1868-1905. 1» 

Ex)K>rtsD( humeproduce by values 



h Empire, 1901-1! 






Ut 



I foreign countries, 1901-19(6. 

Fisheries produce, exports of by 

values. 1901-1905 183-164,1™ 

Fisheries produce, values of ex- 
ports to Britain, 1B6S-1905 1» 

Fisheries produce, value* of ex- 
votu to U.S.,. 1858-1905, 



INDEX. 



351 



Trade and commerce^ page. 

Fisheries produce, values of total 

exports, 1868-1905 160 

Fisheries produce, imports of by 

values, 1901-1905 : 175 

■ Forest produce, exports of by 

\alue8, 1901-1906 164-165, 170 

Forest produce, imports of by 

values, 1901-1905 175-176 

Forest produce, vahies of exports 

to Britain, 1868-1905 151 

Forest produce, values of exports 

to U.S., 186{*-1905 151 

Forest produce, values of total ex- 
ports, 1868-1905 151 

General tariflf, imports under, 1904- 

1905 184-185 

Imports entered for consumption 

by values, 1868-1905 147 

Imports from Britain by values, 

dutiable, 1868-1905 156 

Imports from Britain, duties col- 
lected on, 1868-1905 156 

Imports from Britain by values, 

free, 18(58-1906. 156 

Imports from United States by 

values dutiable, 1868-1905 .... 156 
Imports from United States, duties 

collected on, 1868-1905 156 

Imports from United States by 

values, free, 1868-1905 156 

Imports, total, by values, dutiable, 

1868-1905 157 

Imports, total, duties collected on, 

1868-1905 157 

Imports, totals by values, free 157 

Imports by classes and values, 

1901-1905 172-183 

Imports by values, dutiable and 

free, 1868-1905 147 

Imports of coin and bullion, 1868- 

1905 147-160 

Imports, duties collected on, 1868- 

1905 147 

Imports by values from British 

Empire, 1901-1905 160 

Imports by values from foreign 

countries, 1901-1906 160 



Trade and commerce — paos. 

Manufactures, exports of by values, 
1901-1905 166-168 

Manufactures, imports of by values, 
1901-1905 176-182 

Manufactures, values of exports 
to Britain, 1868-1905 152 

Manufactures, values of exports to 
U.S., 1868-1905 152 

Manufactures, values of total ex- 
ports, 1868-1905 152 

Merchandise the produce of 
Canada, values of exports to 
Britain, 1868-1905 155 

Merchandise the produce of 
Canada, values of exports to 
U.S., 1868-1905.' 155 

Merchandise the produce of 
Canada, values of total exports . 155 

Mineral produce, exports of by 
values, 1901-1906 .... 168-169, 170-171 

Mineral produce, imports of by 
values, 1901-19a5 182-183 

Mineral produce, values of ex- 
ports to Britain, 1868-1905 153 

Mmeral produce, values of exports 
to U. S., 1868-1905 153 

Mineral produce, values of total 
exports, 1868-1905 ' 153 

Miscellaneous produce, exports of 
by values, 1901-1905 169-171 

Miscellaneous produce, imports of 

by values, 1901-1905 183 

Miscellaneous produce, values of 

exports to Britain, 1868-1905. . . 154 
Miscellaneous produce, values of 

exports to U.S., 1868-1905 154 

Miscellaneous produce, values of 

total exports, 1868-1905 154 

Per cent duty on dutiable imports 
from Britain, 1868-1905 158 

Per cent duty on dutiable imports 
from U. S., 1868-1905 158 

Preferential tariff, imports under, 
1901-1905 .184-185 

Surtax tariff, imports under, 1904- 
1905 185 



'>f 



7